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lieve in extend ng credit where 
credit is due, and before you 
look any further into this publication 
we'd like to extend some credit where 
it certainly is due. All the pictures in 
this book — with the exception of seven 
pictures in the "Theatre" section and 
the title "Accompaniments," done by 
Dale Rooks, University instructor in 
photography — were taken and made 
by four student photographers: Leon- 
ard Schafitz, Henry Beck, Ruth Sivon, 
and Herman David. 

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RAYMOND E. MANCHESTER 

Dean of men 

Head of the department of 

mathematics 



DR. MARY L. SMALLWOOD 
Dean of women 



FREN MUS5ELMAN 
Decn of sum.mar session end extension 



DEANS 



PRESIDENT KARL CLAYTON LEEBRICK, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 



DR, EARL W, CRECRAFT 
Dean of the college of liberal arts 



ARDEN L. ALLYN 

Dean of the college of business 

administration 



DR. JOHN L. BLAIR 
Dean of the college of education 





C. C. KOCHENDERFER 
Commerce 

DR. D. W. PEARCE 

Psychology 



DR. MAURICE BAUM 
Philosophy 

DR. H. W. HUDSON 
Economics 



DR. JAMES T. LAING 
Sociology 

PROF. G. HAZEL SWAN 
Kindergarten Primary 



PROF. CLEO CROW 
Secretarial Science 

DR. A. L. HEER 
Training School 



PROF. B. L. NIXSON 
Home Economics 

PROF C. E. SATTERFIELD 
English 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 



3R. RAYMOND M. CLARK 
Elementary Education 

DR. HERMAN D. BYRNE 

Political Science 



DR. WILLIS J. BURNER 
Foreign Languages 

DR. A. SELLEW ROBERTS 
History 



DR. A. W. STEWART DR. CHRISTIAN F. RUMOLD DR. DAVID OLSON 

Secondary Education Physical Sciences Geology and Geography 

PROF. C. SHELDON VAN DEUSEN DR. HARRY A. CUNNINGHAM DR. DONALD ANTHONY 

Industrial Arts Biology Business Administration 




PROF. FRED H. DENKER 
Music 



PROF. NINA S. HUMPHREY 
Art 




PROF E. TURNER STUMP 
Speech 



PROF. WILLIAM TAYLOR 
Journalism 



SCHOOL HEADS 



Dr. Leebrick is home to no one but Mrs. Leebrick tonight. 





DR. LESTER H. MUNZENMAYER 
Director of Placement 



LARRY WOODELL 
Maintenance Supervisor 



EMMET C. STOPHER 
Registrar 



MARGUERITE LAMAR 
Secretary to the President 



C. K. ANDERSON 
Assistant Treasurer 



MISS MARGARET I. DUNBAR 
Librarian 



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O. B. LAW 

Executive Secretary, 

University Board of Trustees 



B. F. RENKERT 
Business Manager 



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The University Board of Trustees changed slightly in personnel this year with the new appointments of 
Dr. Otto J. Korb and Robert Dix. Business is transacted in the President's office at regular meetings. Mem- 
bers and officers are, left to right: Joseph B. Hanan, vice-president; John R. Williams, president; Dr. Otto J. 
Korb, treasurer; Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the University; Marguerite Lamar, assistant secretary; Robert 
Dix, secretary; and Dr. Charles H. Lake. O. B. Law, executive secretary, and Charles K. Ferguson, assistant 
treasurer, were absent when the picture was token. 



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T B A L L 



The frown is Head Coach Donald 
"Rosy" Starn, who has just completed 
his sixth season as czar of the Blue 
and Gold with the sunny record of 
eight victories against a lone defeat. 



The hood is line coach Wayne 
Sidinger. Sidinger left Western Re- 
serve two years ago to come to Kent. 



The half-smile is bockfield coach 
Ray Novotny. Ray's bockfield clicked 
while he clicked heels in Camp Shelby. 




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The Varsity football squad, pictured above, has compiled the greatest 
record of any Kent State University grid team. A season's record of eight 
wins against a lone defeat speaks for itself. For the first time in University 
history two players have mode the All-Ohio team: Jimmy Jones and Mickey 
Mittiga. 



Hailing from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan, and 
Ohio, this group of gridders composes the "roughest" freshman team Kent 
has had in many a season. Starn hopes that this team will offer replacements 
for many of the graduating seniors. 



Feduniak, B 





Petros, 6. 



Schenz, G. 




As the shadows lengthen over Rockwell field Sopho- 
more Bob Williams follows Jimmy Jones through left 
tackle in the closing minutes of the Mount Union game. 



Stopped before he wos started is Ed Suscinski, As- 
sumption back. Porowski and Starn wotch as a trio of 
teammates help him to the earth. 



Running slip-shod over a snow-bound gridiron, Buzz 
Wetzel nicks the Baldwin-Wallace defense for eight 
yards ond a first down. 



Benny Flossie almost single-handed gave the Flashes 
their lone defeat. He's shown here starting off on one 
of his numerous solo jaunts through the Kent secondary. 




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TEAM 



KENT, 37. . .BLUFFTON, 

Thrilling 2,000 shirt-sleeved specta- 
tors with a display of dynamite-packed 
offense and a stubborn, unyielding de- 
fense, the Golden Flashes ran under, 
around, and over a weak Bluffton eleven 
to win their opening game. Veteran 
Jimmy Jones and substitute Eddie Lewis 
shared honors, each scoring two touch- 
downs. 

KENT, 26. . .ASSUMPTION, 

"Slippery Mickey" Mittiga broke As- 
sumption's heart as he twisted, turned, 
and slipped to three touchdowns to lead 
Kent's attack on the Canadian's goal 
line, while a stiff Kent forward wall kept 
the Golden Flashes' goal line untouched 
by enemy cleats. The Starnmen began 
to resemble a powerful eleven, for their 
fundamentals, blocking and tackling, 
were vicious ago'nst the Canadians. 

KENT, 19. . .HIRAM, 6 

A fighting, never-say-die Kent eleven 
won their way into the heart of every 
spectator as they rallied to score three 
touchdowns in the final quarter to defeat 
a strong Terrier team in their third 
gome A blocked punt and two pass- 
sparked touchdown drives brought vic- 
tory. Eddie Lewis, Howard Mack, and 
Stan Drongowski each scored a touch- 
down. Walt Porowski was the fifth man 
in the Hiram backfield. 

KENT, 26. . .MOUNT UNION, 

A ten-year jinx was ended as a Home- 
coming Day crowd of 5,000 watched the 
Starnmen stage a track meet at Mount 
Union's expense. It was the first time 
in ten years that Kent had beaten the 
Purple Raiders. The Flashes packed too 
much power for Harry Geltz' eleven, and 
the score was no higher only because the 
first string team played less than one 
half. Joe Mileski's punting was the 
feature of the afternoon. 



KENT, 



FINDLAY, 



Mittiga pitched twice, Mike Feduniok 
caught twice. . .and the score was Kent 
13, Findlay 0. Both scores came with 
rapier-like suddenness in the second 
quarter. Kent played conservative foot- 
ball from that point to the end of the 
gome, took no chances, and registered 
its fifth straight victory. The game was 
played under the lights at Findloy's 
Homecoming. 



A Findlay Oiler makes sure 
that Feduniak doesn't get his 
third touchdown of the evening. 



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Boliantz, E. 




Mickey Mittiga's understudy, Eddie Lewis, rips oft 
Q sizable gain following Tommy Schenz downfield as 
the Flashes push three touchdowns over in the last 
quarter of the Hiram game. 



Eddie Biaseila, who lugged his right arm up from 
Canton McKinley to give Kent its greatest passing team 
in years, definitely stopped at the line of scrimmage 
by Bluffton linemen. 



Kent's All-Ohio duo, Jimmy Jones and Mickey 
Mittiga, starting off on one of the numerous short gains 
that oided the Flashes in tipping Bowling Green, 1 3 to 0. 



Jack Mosher stretches for a Biaseila pass as Eddie 
stands and watches it completed for a short gain. Passes 
of this type kept the Washington and Jefferson gridders 
in their own territory all afternoon. 




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TEAM 



KENT, 31 . . . 

WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON, 7 

Mickey Mittiga, the tiny terror, again 
piloted Kent to victory as he uncorked 
three beautiful touchdown runs, passed, 
kicked, and blocked the Presidents into 
submission. Another Homecoming Day 
ceremony was spoiled by the Flashes in 
this encounter, and Kent backers began 
to have visions of an undefeated season. 



KENT, 13. . .BOWLING GREEN, 

The Falcons ruined Kent's Home- 
coming Day ceremonies in 1939 by 
lacing the locals, but the Flashes 
avenged that loss this year when they 
topped Bee-Gee in a hectic game. A 
strong wind was the deciding factor of 
the game. The Starnmen marked time 
until the wind was at their backs, then 
struck twice, with big Jimmy Jones 
chalking up all 13 points. 



KENT, 7. . .AKRON, 23 

As the sun settled on November 9, so 
settled the Sun Bowl bid hopes for the 
Golden Flashes. Breaking the hearts of 
2,500 Kent rooters and ending a Kent 
record of seven straight victories, the 
Akron Zippers romped up and down the 
Rubber Bowl to breeze to a 23-7 con- 
quest. Overconfidence, plus the pres- 
sure of on undefeated season, caused 
the Kent downfall, and Akron, losers all 
year, suddenly found themselves and, 
sparked by Bennie Flossie, played in- 
spired football to win the game and ruin 
the day for Kent. The Coed band made 
its initial appearance here. 



KENT, 14. . .BALDWIN-WALLACE, 7 

Rebounding from the stigma of the 
Akron defeat, the Starnmen proved they 
were a great team by pulling the year's 
biggest upset — the downing of the con- 
querers of mighty Toledo. Kent played 
last-game football fit for the pages of 
any Horatio Alger thriller. With seconds 
to play and the score tied, Jimmy Jones 
snatched a long pass from Joe Mileski 
out of the arms of two Yellow Jacket 
defenders and fell over the goal line with 
the winning touchdown. Jones, Mittiga, 
Alexander, Alogdelis, Mcllvoine, Black- 
stock, Hansen, Boliantz, Winsper, and 
Chesleski all performed brilliantly in 
their final appearances for the Blue and 
Gold. 



All-Ohio end Jimmy Jones 
stretches for a high one 
— and gets it. 




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In mock silence the il- 
luminated sign of the 
season stands on Akron's 
home court as the Flashes 
unZip their rivals in the 
first of the two unZip- 
pings, 33-29. 



"Rosy" Storn, who tossed 
the huddle out of his 
football offense, seems to 
have incorporated it into 
his basketball technique 
as he gives his squad a 
lost minute word. 




COACHES 



That receding hairline in the Gary Grant jumper is Head Basketball Coach G. Donald Starn watching 
a group of his charges go through an afternoon workout. Trainer Joe Begala watches a mix-up underneath 
the basket and crosses his fingers. Freshman Coach John Starrett starts out from the locker room to teach 
the newcomers some tricks. Ted Tucker, Ed Boyle and Bob Hein keep six eyes on the Mount Union team as 
Mike Feduniak ond Max Conner relox during a time-out period. 



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Joe Price 

Forward 



Bill Boliantz 

Guard 



Harold Andreas 

Center 



Dan Gulgin 

Guard 



RESULTS... 



If it is fortune who smiles on a winning team, 
she cocked but a half-smile at Coach G. Donald 
Starn's Blue and Gold quintet during the '40-'41 
season. For disregarding the tuning-up game with 
the Alumni, in which they out-conditioned the 
oldsters 49-39, the record book ends at 1 1 Flash 
wins as against 10 defeats. 

Kenny Griffith, the nation's highest scorer, 
dropped in with his Alderson-Broaddus crew and 
snapped up the opener 47-44. Then come Findloy, 
a 59-38 win, and a clean conference slate of one 
victory. Oswego (New York) went down 45-25, 
Baldwin-Wallace 36-13, Bowling Green 33-30, and 
the rooters settled back for a comfortable season. 

They were abruptly startled, however, as Ash- 
land's crackerjock outfit slipped a 33-31 win past 
the Starnmen. Akron fell 33-29. Andreas dropped 
in 1 4 of the 49 Kent points as against Hiram's 25. 
The proud Scots of Wooster nudged the Flashes for 
a 53-39 victory and Ted Tucker's 1 1 points were 
lost in the 58-39 spanking absorbed from Mount 
Union. 

Mogus was silent but Youngstown managed a 
46-33 game. Eighteen hundred persons sow Starn's 
charges clip the Zippers again 43-3 1 . Then Bald- 
win-Wallace 41-37, and Wilmington 47-39. Wit- 
tenberg 64, Kent 49 ... no comment. Mount 
Union continued the embarrassment 54-32. Mus- 
kingum nicked the locals 49-47 before 1,200 high 
school guests. The Portage county title stayed 
intact OS Hiram went under a 58-33 Kent blitz- 
krieg. Youngstown again, and defeat, 56-49. 
Richcreek and company continued the back- 
handing, 47-34, before Kent could get at Fenn 
for their hottest offense and a 63-25 win. 



Max Conner 

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The basketball appears to be a very elusive ob)ect if we are to 
go by these pictures. In half a dozen home games the theme of 
the gcme, which proves even a mediocre season con be lammed with 
action, is depicted here. Harold Andreas waits for a rebound off 
the Alderson-Broaddus bock-board. In the Alumni game it appears 
as if Pete Gulgin were being rushed a bit. Andreas pushes in two 



points against the Zippers as Conner waits under the mesh. Ted 
Tucker shows the Ashland group a fancy left hand lay-up toss 
In the lower left picture. Bob Hem outstretches o trio of B-W 
cagers, while Dick Weigle seems to have a better |ig step than the 
rest of the fellas in the Bowling Green tilt. 



TEAM 



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In the face of things this was a difficult shot, but it didn't seem 
to scare Harold Andreas as he netted another two points. Ted 
Tucker, who was the one menace to Mount Union, out-jumps a 
Raider in the home game. Kent's fast-breaking system is seen 
in action as the ball is taken off the back-board and the players 



are already changing direction for the race down-floor. The game 
was Youngstown here. A pair of Hiram players seem bored by the 
whole thing as a pint-sized Terrier attempts to lift the leather from 
Kent's Andreas and Hein. 



TEAM 



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Dick Weigle 

Forward 




Mickey Dover 

Guard 



Edward Kubuski 

Center 



Bill Hodge 



Center 



Joe Le Chcix 

Forward 



Ted Tucker 

Forword 



Bob Hein 

Center 



Edward Boyle 
Guard 



Mike Feduniok 

Guard 



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WHEN husky Joseph W. Begala tucked his sheepskin in his hip pocket 
and left Athens for Kent in 1929 he was known to be just a pretty 
fair wrestler. Just as Knute Rockne was a pretty fair grid coach, 
Ty Cobb a pretty fair baseball player, and Seabiscuit a pretty fair horse — 
Begala was a pretty fair wrestler. 

The year he graduated he joined the coaching staff here. Students 
played havoc remembering the name. To most of them here he was just an- 
other coach, a guy who was lucky and earned a reputation and fell into a 
job. He'd blow his top for a couple of years, and then they'd get some- 
one else. 

But as it turned out Begala was a fair coach, too. Just fair enough to 
turn a school that thought wrestling was parlor smooching into one of the 
foremost grappling schools of the country — all within the space of one 
short decade. This year he achieved his 101st victory as wrestling coach. 
In his 12 years here his teams have wrestled the best — Pitt, Nebraska, 
Kansas State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Ohio State, and many others. He has 
captured the Interstates so many times they almost concede it to him now. 

Begala knows every hold in the books, every thread of the mat, and 
makes it a point to know every character he sends out onto the mats. He 
is not a subsidizing soul, having sent many a good wrestler to another school 
because Kent doesn't teach what the lad desired. 




Besides being a pretty fair wrestling coach, Joe 
has coached four undefeated-untied teams. He has 
been alone in this field. His golf team of 1934, his 
wrestling teams of 1934-35, and his track team of 
last year all finished their seasons unbeaten. 

To Kent today wrestling is the greatest and most 
widely known sport, and wrestling at Kent is Begala — 
so what better way of introducing wrestling than to 
have you meet Joseph W. Begala — a pretty fair 
coach. 



Jitterbugging has come a long way since the Harlem revolt, 
but even Joe Begala will admit that this is a bit unusual. A 
moment later Grohome had the Nebraskan rubbing shoulders 
with the mat like old friends. 



This sunny smile matches his record but not his disposition. 
His mat team won their I 00th victory this year. And Pessimistic 
Joe would probably say their 50th upset. 




WRESTLING 

The photogropher at the Waynesburg-Kent match caught these two 
wrestlers knotted, with five feet showing. The fifth brogan belongs to 
the referee, whose arm can be shown signaling another Kent victory. 




Left to Right, Bock Row: Coach Joe Begalo, Dave Paulus, Walt Porowski, 
Earl Stanley, Manager Russell Simpson, and Duane Hague; Center Row: 
George Grahame, Joe Aschauer, Fred Swasey, George Papushok, Milan 
Piotrowski, and Bruno Santone; First Row: Pete Smith, Millard Downs, and 

Don Sinn, 




TEAM 




Like Lochinvar the mighty Nebras- 
kans came out of the west with a rep- 
utation, and set to conquer. They had 
topped the nation's best in football, or 
at least enough of them to ride into 
the Rose Bowl. Now with six of these 
same athletes they had built up a 
name for their wrestlers and were 
making a country tour. But unlike 
Lochinvar they forgot to conquer, and 
were handed a 26-0 lacing by Begala's 
fearless crew who have no room for 
poetry. 



Begala's ace sophomore, Duane Hague, keep- 
ing his undefeoted record intact by gaining an 
8-2 decision over Nebraska's Roy Shaw. This, 
coupled with wins by Don Sinn and Pete Smith, 
shoved Kent into a 6-0 lead over the Corn- 
huskers. Mike Slepecky came on next, in the 
I 36-pound class, to trip George Cockle of Ne- 
braska and give the Flashes a clean sweep of 
the lighter weights. 



George Papushak gained his 37th consecu- 
tive victory when he toyed with Foster Smith 
of the Cornhuskers, winning 14-6. After 
cinching a victory over the befuddled Nebros- 
kan, Popushok treated the crowd to an array 
of professional tactics seldom employed in 
down-to-earth wrestling. 



When 260 pounds of Herbert Jackman 
walked out onto the canvas to meet little Walt 
Porowski, the large crowd moaned with sym- 
pathy for Walter. But one minute and fifty- 
six seconds later those 260 pounds were pinned 
tight to the canvas and Walter, hardly puffing, 
strutted matter-of-factly off the canvas right 
post an open-mouthed audience. 



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George Papushak, the most consistent wrest- 
ler since Russ Doon, showing Ohio State's 
Novak just how he came about getting that 
reputation. Ohio State was leading at this 
point but "Poppy's" decision over Novak gave 
the Flashes a leod they never relinquished. 



Pete Smith, 128 pounder, succeeds in keep- 
ing both shoulders from touching the canvas as 
State's Thomy gains but a decision from the 
mighty atom. Kent was exceptionally weak in 
the lighter weights this post year, gaining the 
bulk of their points in the heavier division. 



Like actors waiting for their act to go on, 
George Papushak and Joe Aschouer watch 
George Graham lose a close decision to Monte- 
naro. In the background the sweot-dompened 
head of Fred Swasey can be seen. He hod |ust 
finished decisioning Wolf of State. Jacketed 
and standing is Russ Doan, former champion 
wrestler under Begala, and at present coach of 
the rough Waasworth wrestling team. 



As the Scarlet and Grey of State 
monopolize the grid title, and as the 
mighty Rockets of Toledo pocket the 
basketball trophy year after year, the 
muscle men of Joe Begala have de- 
veloped the habit of wearing the 
wrestling crown of the Buckeye State. 
When the brawny lads from the capi- 
tol piled out of the Greyhound they 
were set to copy a long-lived style here 
and wear the crown at Columbus. For 
the first few minutes they were seri- 
ous, and sprung into a slight lead. But 
Papushak, Aschouer, and Porowski 
soon changed their minds, and the ex- 
clusive fashion stayed here, 15-9, 




TEAM 



RESULTS... 



Walt Porowski applies a "say 
uncle" to Findlay's heralded Cleve- 
land champion, Bob Kitserow. 





Fred Swosey shrugging out of an 
Oiler hold into a Blue and Gold 
victory. 



KENT 35, FROSH 

Jackie Wilbur's highly-touted freshmen were no match for 
Begala's state champions. Joe Incorvoia and Dick Bader 
looked good for the green ones. 

KENT 32, AKRON 

Duane Hague made a two-minute debut. Four pins and 
four decisions, and Begala continued to thumb his nose at 
the Hilltop canvas backs. 

KENT 23, WAYNESBURG 1 1 

Powrowski flattened the Woynesburg Menace, Stan Wal- 
kowicz, to add the finishing touch to a close match. Just 
another meet Begala was certain we'd lose. 

KENT 26, FINDLAY 

Porowski's pin of Kitserow was the only five-pointer, but 
three points are as good as five when the other team doesn't 
get any. 

KENT 36, BALDWIN-WALLACE 

And Joe finally admitted that he had at least a make-shift 
octet. 

KENT 15, OHIO STATE 9 

The battle of the Buckeye State and the Flashes won in 
the last two heats after trailing throughout. 

KENT 26, NEBRASKA 

Two thousand grappling fans wore a path to the gym to 
watch the Blue and Gold trample the corn-fed wrestlers from 
Nebraska for the 16th straight victory. 

KENT 26, WEST VIRGINIA 8 

In a Merriwell finish, the Flashes scored four pins and a 
decision to offset an eight-point mountain boy lead. The 
Virginians were urged on by Captain Bob McArdle, 128- 
pound record and neck breaker. 

KENT 32, OHIO UNIVERSITY 

Begala's up here now — and how they found out, as Kent 
soundly thrashed his old Alma Mater. 

KENT 8, MICHIGAN STATE 20 

While Gene Krupa was tanning his hides here, our 
wrestlers were getting their hides tanned up in the Wolverine 
state. And like a deluge in a shower — George Grahame 
broke an ankle. 

KENT 24, INDIANA STATE TEACHERS 8 

The win gave Begala the right to wear the gold centennial 
button — his 100th victory — but not much more as five subs 
romped. 

KENT 25, ROCHESTER MECHANICS 5 

Swasey and Slepecky ran warm here with Dave Paulus sub- 
bing for the shelved George Grahame. 

INTERSTATE 

When legs, arms, and torsos were unlinked, unkinked, 
straightened, and put back in the correct sockets, the lads 
from Kent had gone a step farther in making this a habit 
with their ninth win in 10 years. 

NATIONALS 

Little Mike Slepecky, a veritable whirlwind, whipped a 
former champ and placed second to give Kent a fifth place 
among the nation's top ranking grapplers. 



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Here Walt Porowski is helping Joe Begala do a little leg pulling on his 
old Alma Mater, Ohio university. A minute later this big Green made 

shoulder trocks on the canvas. 




Mrs, Swosey's little boy Fred teaches the art of tumbling to his Ohio 
university opponent as Referee Tex Littlepage, a pretty fair grunter in his 
own, prepares to hoist Fred's good right arm skyward. 

This Ohio university grappler was charged with leaving the ground 
without a pilot's license as George Popushak treats the crowd to a Savoldi 
special in Kent's 32-0 romp over on embarrassed Green and White squad. 



WRESTLING 



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BASEBALL 



Little John Starrett, who doesn't have much reach, reached high enough 
in the 1940 season to put his baseball team on the second shelf of the 
Ohio Conference cupboard. Compiling eight wins in their 10-game schedule, 
the team notched the highest mark in KSU baseball record books. 

Wayne Griffith, senior centerfielder, led the team in hitting with the 
high average of .435, and touched opposing hurlers for five circuit drives 
in the 10 games. Griffith's outfield mates, Paul Lang, Dan Cortesi, and 
Jim Blackstock followed the blistering pace set by "Griff". 

George Spratt, Steve Feduniak, and Vince Cortesi hung up their spikes 
as far as college baseball was concerned. Feduniak closed a three-year 
tenure at the keystone sack, while Cortesi left as the lad who "made the 
team what it was," according to Starrett. 

Joe Mileski, little right-hander, pitched half the team's victories and 
managed to keep out of the loss column. Danny Gulgin, veteran tosser, 
flipped enough for three wins and one loss. 

Burley backstop Mike Feduniak took long range honors in the hitting 
department with three triples and a like number of circuit drives. 




Scrappy John "Rabbitt" Starrett, 
head baseball coach, who in two short 
yeors has nursed the horeshide wor- 
riers of Kent State into one of the 
most feared baseball teams in the 
Ohio Conference. Last year his 
charges nicked the books for eight 
wirs ogainst but two losses for their 
best record to date. 



Griffith wheels ofter crossing the plate to watch Mike Feduniak, who has just doubled. 
Paul Lang, centerfielder, waiting to take his cut. Jim Blackstock, outfielder, limbering up 
his southpaw. Mike Feduniak waits under a towering foul. Brother Steve Feduniak clubbing 
one in o pinch. Danny Kovalchick lines one to left. Vince Cortesi reaches high. George 
Sprott, first baseman, stretches for a high toss. Joe Mileski catch'ng t'-^e s ;nal for a fost 
pitch. Griffith studies the pitcher. Then swings ot one belt-high iriside. 





Left to right, back row: Ccoch Joe Begala, Walter Porowski, Bill Boliontz. Eli Beery, Ben 
Williamson, Sam Farkas, W, White, John Bridges, Fred Crawford, and Tom Manko, ossistant 
coach. 

Front row: Charles Goshen, Frank Crofoot, Antonio Mericola, Hubert Lawrence, L. Morgan, 
Captain Leslie Netzen, Bob Eriser, Bob Potts, Eddie Lewis, Anton Lejsek, ond Art Scarpitti, 
manager. 



Leslie "Swede" Netzen and Fred Crawford turned out to be the long and 
short of a highly successful season in track and field. The big lad from 
Batavia totaled 83 points for the season in four dual matches, which saw 
the thinclads run over Findlay 88-44, Hiram 79-52, Akron 75-56, and Fenn 
95-36. Crawford, negro sophomore, compiled 40 points during these meets, 
coming though undefeated in the 100 and 220 yard doshes. 

Sending a scant delegation to both the Big Four and Big Six meets, the 
charges of Coach Joe Begala returned with 20 and 10 points respectively. 
This team became the fourth undefeated and untied team in the history 
of University athletics: the 1934 golf team won six without a loss, and the 
wrestling teams of '34 and '35 compiled 21 straight wins without a setback. 

Netzen topped off his track career at Kent by placing sixth in the 
National A.A.U. decathlon competition. 



TRACK 



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TEAM 



Fred Crawford placing second in the 100 at the Big Four meet 
ct Baldwin-Wallace. Eddie Lewis chesting the tape in the 440 at 
Akron. Crawford lopes home in the 220 at Akron. "Swede" Netzen 
steps the low hurdles at Akron. Crawford shows little effort in 
winning the century at Hiram. Netzen, and this time topping the 
tali timbers with a last minute rush to win at the Big Four meet. 




Be it King Neptune who heads the ways and means committee of the 
waters, then we should boycott him and go dirty-necked for a reasonable 
time — for he showed no courtesy in helping the swimming team this past 
year. Ten times did Coach Bill O'Neil show his Golden Flashes the water 
and but once did they add any color to their splashes, gaining a lone victory 
over the Zippers of the University of Akron. 

The one consolation of an otherwise poor season was the brilliant indi- 
vidual performance given by Captain Roman Wojno, record-breaker de- 
luxe. But Wojno was ineligible until after the first two meets of the season. 

While opponents were splashing along to 50 points or better per meet, 
the Flashes rippled along with 20. Five of the Kent opponents managed to 
score over 50 points with four others over 40 — Akron got 30. 

Aside from Wojno, Dick Johnson, diving star, was the only consistent 
point-getter. Both placed in the Ohio Conference swim meet at Oberlin, 
but with less effectiveness than expected. Wojno gained four points, with a 
second place in the 100-yard free style. The surprising thing of the meet 
for the Flashes, as well as for the swimmers knowing of Romy and his 
prowess, was his failure to qualify for the 50-yard free style event, for in 
this event he had threatened the record time after time. Coach O'Neil 
claimed that Wojno was given a false start, but his claims were overruled. 

Nine sophomores and four juniors were on the squad Tom Kane, Jim 
Dedinsky, Bob Fry, and Wojno have one year left. With two years of varsity 
remaining are Charles Eichorn, Dean hiaberkost. Jack Guinter, Dick Johnson, 
Bob Anderson, Howard Roby, Fremont Wolcott, Dick Schwabe, and Martin 
Gordon. 



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Brilliantly garbed in sleek jackets that don't exactly match their record, the nine natators 
pictured above, in formal and informal shots, look forward to next year when they will be 
extremely strengthened by the freshman team. The squad picture depicts Tom Kane, 
Robert Fry, Dick Johnson, Martin Gordon, Roman Wojno, Bob Williams. In the rear row: 
Dick Hill, manager. Bill Adams, Howard Roby, Dick Schwabe, end Coach Bill O'Neil. 

The Jack-Knife is Dick Johnson who, next to Wojno, was the most consistent point-getter. 
The action picture shows the Kent-Muskingum distance swimmers ready for the water. 



Roman Wojno, poised drippingly ready for one of his famed dash swims, completes the 
picture page. 



TENNIS 



Golden Flash netmen swung to one of the most successful tennis seasons 
in University athletic history lost year when they amassed a total of 40 points 
to their opponents' 28 and won against all comers in six out of eight starts. 

Beginning the season on the wrong foot by dropping o 6-3 decision 
to a tough Wooster crew, Kent showed improved form in doubles competition 
in their next match and bounced back on the long end of a 6-3 count 
against Mount Union. 

Their lost defeat of the year made the Flashes number 67 on Kenyon's 
list of consecutive victims, 7-0, but after that drubbing the team was in- 
vincible. The new winning streak began, 6-3, against a bewildered Akron 
squad; then John Carroll lost 7-2, Hiram fell 5-2, Mount Union for the 
second time went down under a 6-3 barrage, and John Carroll, too, went 
home for the second time on the short end of a 1-1 score. 

Entering the Ohio conference tournament at Oberlin, the team took 
a fourth place. Bud Treat and Harold Andreas teamed together for Kent's 
lone point, reaching the semi-finals only to lose to Don McNeil and Bruce 
Bothwell of Kenyon, 







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GYM TEAM 



The 1941 exhibition gymnastic team wasn't the best in Kent State's 
history. It wasn't the most outstanding squad to perform in the five years 
since its formation, Coach G. J. Altmann has said. But it was "the best 
balanced team" Altmann has ever tutored, "and it probably contained more 
talent as a whole than any other KSU gym team in the past." 

Six members of the team competed at the Invitational Gymnastic 
Meet at the University of Akron this year. Five placed, the team taking 
second to the Akron YMCA. John Paulich was outstanding at the meet, 
gaining praise from Akron football Coach Otis Douglas as the most out- 
standing side-horse performer he had ever seen. Paulich later became AAU 
side-horse champion. 

Besides Paulich, other performers were Joe Benko, Louis Hrabko, Eli 
Beery, Bert Altmann, Ralph Church, Paul Myers, Werner Dickson, Richard 
Johnson, John Bridges, Lou's Alstott, and Jerry Cope. 




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GOLF 



The charges of King Winter have 
just begun to retreat before the 
onslaught of King Sol, and before 
the lost snow bonk has a chance to 
wilt a foursome of the University's 
better golfers sneak out for a quick 
round at the Meadowview links. 
Andy Senich, who carried the tools, 
Fred Prasse, varsity golfer, and 
Duke Wolfe watch Walt Holms, 
another varsity man, tee-off on the 
initial hole. 




BOWLING 



Strikes may not be at a premium 
in baseball, but George Papushak, 
varsity wrestler, will tell you that 
it's no snap to strike out in bowling. 
Pictured at a local alley, Papushak 
is but one of the hundreds of Uni- 
versity students who bowled for 
health and grades this year. 





FENCING 



Choose your weapons . . . and so 
they chose the sharpest from their 
scabbards and met in the cool of 
the dawn . . . 

These University Robin Hoods 
choose their weapons, which were 
foils, even though not the sharpest, 
and met in the late afternoons on 
the boards of Wills gym. Here, 
with the protection of safety vests 
and wire masks, a large group of 
students under the optics of Pro- 
fessor G. J. Altmann worked out in 
what looked like a new version of 
the boogie-hop. The sport has 
gained rapidly in popularity until 
odd foils, worn vests, and lounging 
dualists have become almost as 
common as a good set of crib notes. 




PING 
PONG 



The mixed expressions on the 
faces of the members of this watch- 
ing group tells a better story than 
could any combination of typewriter 
keys. Russell "Buck" Rinto, intra- 
mural wizard of the puny tennis, 
stepped into the little gym for a 
brisk workout with one of the sev- 
eral experts of the game who in- 
sisted on carrying his lunch to that 
spot during the winter months. 
This Lilliputian tennis has more 
active players on the campus than 
has any other single sport. 



WOMEN'S 




SPORTS 



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Women's sports has become more and more a growing 
field at Kent State University, Each year in June a few 
more tired lassies gather together torn jumpers, worn-out 
sneakers, broken tennis rackets, and tattered swim suits to 
look back over two semesters of increasingly active feminine 
athletic participation. They have earned these pages in 
the book. 

To climax its second successive year of campaigns for 



Women's sports, as usual, constituted some of the most vigorous athletic 
activity of the 1940-41 University year. Below is a typical group of 
coed Amazons, camera-ed candidly while hard at work. 




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WOMEN'S 



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A pair of bright spots in 
a murky pool. The life 
guard's menace — a girl who 
knows artificial respiration. 
Here a virtual chorus line of 
Maybelle Anglemyer, Hazel 
Kelly, Lou Reitzel, Dorothy 
Snyder, and Joanne Borofka 
watch Dorothy McClelland 
turn the trick. 

Good form, and we're 
speaking in nataterms as 
this quintet starts off on a 
friendly water race. The 
end, and somewhere enroute 
the gals added the caps. 
Julia Marshall, first lady of 
the pool, does the flag 
waving here. 

Ravenna's Helen Fitz- 
gerald, who bowls them over 
off-campus too, shows no 
mercy to a crowd of maples. 
The lone spectator is watch- 
ing the match — naturally. 
Soy fella, how'd you like to 
walk home from a dote with 
a rib wound? Ask one of 
these for a dote? Oh no — 
ribber stay away from my 
door!! 



greater feminine participation in athletic activities, the 
Women's Athletic Association held its annual spring awards 
banquet near the close of the second semester this year. 
Outstanding WAA members were honored at that time. 

A close race developed between Alpha Omega and Theta 
Sigma Upsilon sororities, each coveting for its own group the 
second presentation of the participation cup. Fourteen 
"varsity" K's were awarded to women having earned a total 
of 250 or more points during the year, and two girls were 
presented with gold WAA pins for having accumulated more 
than 600 points. 

Winter sports this year included basketball, volleyball, 
swimming, ping pong, badminton, and interpretative dancing. 
The dance club gave two recitals at the University, as well 
as several demonstrations off campus. Its membership 
almost doubled during the past two semesters. 

Bowling, however, was undoubtedly the most popular sport 
of the year, although volleyball and basketball ran in close 
second and third positions as favorites. 

The annual winter swimming meet — with sororities, dormi- 
tories, and off-campus organizations competing for honors 
— aroused an amazing amount of enthusiasm, too. Lowry 
hall freshmen won the contest, and took possession of the 
trophy formerly held by Theta Sigma Upsilon sorority. 



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With spring came the usual sports, but played this year 
by an unusual number of University women. More gals than 
ever before turned out for the round-robin tennis tourna- 
ments; baseball was "tops" with all organizations; and 
archery and horseback riding also occupied perhaps otherwise 
dull hours for many feminine Kent sport enthusiasts. 

Fencing, a year-round sport, took its place on the WAA 
program for the first time in several seasons. Although no 
momentous matches were played, a great number of coeds 
improved their poise — and possibly their personalities — with 
plunges and thrusts. 

Hiking was another ail-around women's sport that was 
indulged in by lowly freshmen and sophisticated seniors alike, 
but the secret of the success of this outdoor club was that 
weiner roasts and swimming parties climaxed the "long" 
hikes. 

Summarizing, the best that can be said is that Kent State 
University's feminine sport fans lift their hats to Jane Stroup, 
Women's Athletic Association prexy, and to her crew of 
helpers who, together with all those who participated, in 
June clamped the lid on a sucessful year of women's sports 
activities. 



The natives of darl<est 
Africa started something like 
this in the year 1 500, so 
historians tell us, but when 
the girls of the University 
throw their joints into strange 
territory it is known here as 
"modern" dancing. We're 
told it develops grace and 
poise, but It actually seems 
to be merely jitterbugging 
in low gear. 

Co-educational sports have 
had a rapid rise to the near- 
top of the University intra- 
mural sport program. Here 
a quartet of students enjoy 
a game of volleyball. Clark 
Gable never received more 
attention from a group of 
lovelies than does this lucky 
basketball en-flight on a 
charity toss. 

Evidently this group of 
gels hod some kicks coming. 
Anyway, after taking the 
picture the photographer 
lost his sense of recollection 
amidst his respect for beauty 
— and we lost our outlines. 
After all, o double chorus 
line jammed in the little gym 
would have its effect. 

Big sister to tennis is this 
game of badminton. The 
net is higher, the roquets 
lighter, and the object of 
punishment is called a 
shuttlecock. Here Lindy 
Barch and Gene Kirkpotrick 
pry the lid off a game. 
Something is missing in this 
basketball shot. Yes, the 
ball is out of sight but you 
can bet your hot that it 
won't stay away long — 
would you? 



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C P T P 




Wings for the Secondary 



ON March 1, 1941, the Civilian Pilot Training Program was begun for 
the fourth time, with 20 students working toward private pilot's 
licenses in the primary course and with ten others logging hours toward 
commercial certificates in the secondary course. 

Sponsored by the Civil Aeronautics Administration in an attempt to boost 
aviation in a suddenly defense-conscious America, licensed instructors have 
already taught 91 Kent students to fly. These "trainees" piled up a total 
of more than 3600 air hours in the process of learning. 

Adrian Van Wyen, patient, helpful, puts aside his teaching of industrial 
orts subjects at the beginning of each new semester in order to concentrate 
on getting his fledglings through strenuous physical exams, to check scholas- 
tic records, and to make out flight and ground school schedules. A large 
part of his reward is the fact that Kent ranks with the state's three best 
schools in flight records. 




Trainer plane for the secondary students, a flashy 1940 Waco, pulls a Model T trick 
of balking on one of the colder days. But a strong-armed student mechanic hefts his 
weight on the prop to pull it through when the battery failed. 



Most light planes don't have starters, so Elmo Holkko "winds up" by hand. One leaves, 
three stay. Student Norman Fetzer and Instructor Tom Herman do a little open-oir taxiing. 
Adrian Van Wyen, "ruler of the roost". Norman Fetzer helps Elmo Holkko buckle on "the 
silk". Mechanical instruction, too, is an important part of the course. Norman Fetzer and 
Lowell Wetzel, still in porochutes, relax between flights. Francis Rogers and Elmo Holkko 
see the destination on the mop before starting their cross-country flight with Instructor 
Herman. 



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SHORT COURSE 



Editors and photographers and professionals and amateurs, along with 
hundreds of others who saw the Fourth Annual Short Course in News 
Photography held here from March 18 to 22, cited the conclave as the most 
successfully streamlined course of its kind in the country. 

One leading daily newspaper stated "Practically everything that's new 
in news photography gets its first public appearance at Kent". To Dale 
Rooks, instructor in photography directing his first Short Course, goes much 
of the credit for its practicality and co-ordination. 

Among the many outstanding men in the photographic world who 
attended were Kip Ross, editor of the National Geographic magazine as 
general chairman; Harry Baker, photographic manager of PM; Wallace 
Kirkland, LIFE photographer; Dick Sarno, staff photographer of the New 
York DAILY MIRROR; George Greb, color photographer for the Chicago 
TRIBUNE; and Ralph Peters, Detroit NEWS rotogravure editor. 

Honors went to Roberta White, University freshman, who modeled for 
visiting photographers. 




Wallace Kirkland of LIFE magazine (Chicago* and Max Winters (Grand Rapids, Mich.) 
lunch at Nela Park, Cleveland, with Short Course Director Dale Rooks between them. 
Captain Arthur Siplon (Muskegon, Mich., police photographer I and chief BURR photographer 
Leonard Schafitz relax under the arms of Dick Sarno, New York DAILY MIRROR camera oce. 
Captain Siplon and Alex Silverberg of Cleveland chat with Sarno. 



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OCN A 



^RESS delegations from colleges located in all parts of the state this year attended the 
fifteenth annual convention of the Ohio College Newspaper Association, held at the 
University April 23, 24, and 25. In all, over eight hundred student journalists came to 
the campus for the school of journalism's second annual Journalism Week. 

Featured lecturers were Fred C. Kelly, author, Louis Seltzer, editor-in-chief of the Cleve- 
land PRESS and of all Ohio Scripps-Howard newspapers, J. H. Barry, general manager of the 
Akron BEACON JOURNAL end of all Knight papers, and other prominent professional news- 
papermen. 

This year's meeting at Kent followed as a result of a successful convention here last year, 
when Louis Bromfield, author, spoke at the opening banquet. 

Chairman of both conventions was Bill Schraegle, University junior. William Taylor, 
chairman of the University school of journalism, this year was OCNA executive secretary. 



Left to right at the "Bromfield dinner" of the 1940 OCNA con- 
vention: George Betts, University supervisor of student publications, 
Louis Bromfield, Fred C. Kelly, Bill Schraegle, Henry A. Alsberg, 
foreign correspondent-lecturer, and William Taylor, chairman of the 
University school of journalism. Foreground is Bill Long of Heidel- 
berg college. Tiffin, 1940 OCNA president. 




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DEBATE 



I [IGHLIGHTS of debate activities this year were trips to Rock 
' ' Hill, S. C, East Lansing, Mich., and Manchester, Ind., where 
varsity men debaters Powell, Zelier, Hart, Pierce, Rickey, end 
Theiss defended Kent's debate position. Not to be outdone, O'Sickey, 
Jacct, Sayres, and Hardman won the cup for the Ohio Conference 
Women's debate championship. Most profitable of all engagements, 
however, was the Tau Kappa Alpha Progression Tournament at 
Washington, D. C, where team members Hart and Jacot managed 
between a White House tea and historical tours to win superior 
rating. 




Prof. James Holm, Director 



Participating in first-year debate, Beckwith, Dreger, Rapp, Mar- 
guerite Cook, and Jane Higgins upheld the honor of the Alma Mater 
at the Great Lakes and Oberlin tournament. 





WE THOUGHT of the old grads — we tossed a brilliant play, "The Melting Pot," for 
them, we elected a pretty queen, Elisabeth Tucker, for them, we played a knock-em- 
down-drag-em-out football game, with Mount Union, for them, and we planned and 
tossed a beautiful dance for them. The grads? They happened to notice that the ceiling 
of the hotel "fountain" was a different shade than the sidewall. But for those who attended 
it was a beautiful reunion — one of the kind that linger in the memory. 

Beauteous Elisabeth Tucker nudged past comely Martha Galloway to represent the home 
forces as queen of the weekend. Riding proudly through the hordes of Homecoming 
spectators, the Buick carrying Miss Tucker pulled to a halt in front of the main section of 
stands where the queen was presented to the crowd in royal fashion. 

James Muzzy and Opal Wigner pried the lid off "The Melting Pot" with superb lead- 
ing roles before a jammed house. But thsy took nothing away from Jimmy Jones and 
Mickey Mittiga, who also played superb leading roles in the 26-0 grid performance on 
the Saturday afternoon. 

The gym, simply decorated, held over 2,000 dancers in the day's closing stages. And 
firm grips left hands sore as grad left undergrad for another year, for the second semes- 
ter Homecoming had been discontinued for the first time in years. 

HOMECOMING 



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CAMPUS NIGHT 



AT the time of day when Old Sol is fighting a losing battle with the Lunar Prince for 
i the control of the heavens, when shadows spring into fabulous giants, and when the 
evening gown sheds its formality to become merely a decorative piece of clothing, one 
of the most beautiful ceremonies of the University year becomes a reality. A crown of 
roses set in her hair, the Queen of May is presented to a colorful summer crowd. 

As the individual strands of crepe paper grip the portable May pole in a single woven 
design the beautiful tradition unfolds. Mary McDermott, official 1940 Queen of May, sits 
nervously amid a sea of beauty, still uncertain that she has been selected to reign over 
this "multitude of pulchritude". 

The inset is merely proof of o wise selection. The lower left shows Marge Minor de- 
picting the fiery Scarlet O'Hara as the Sigma Sigma Sigma "Book Review" passes in 
parade. "Every Girl a Queen at KSU" says the platoon of rough riders in the final camera 
product. 





SADIE 
HAWKINS 



WHEN Al Capp, famed author of 
Li'l Abner, picked up his pen and 
drew the character of Sadie Hawkins 
he didn't know that colleges the 
country over would use his brain-storm 
as an excuse to get out their old clothes, 
burnt cork, scissors, and hold a day in 
her honor. But that's just what hap- 
pened, and the University suffered its 
second such day this year. 

Tony Weitzel, the famed Beacon 
Journal scribe who is just about as big 
horizontally as he is vertically, drops 
around each year to choose the winners 
of the costuming, Dogpatch style. 

With Tubby Tony in the judge's box, 
the contests were started with the Daisy 
Mae handicap leading the card. A close 
finish saw Marge Richards, freshman, 
and Kay Suits, who won the title last 
year, end in a deadlock. Next Bill Ortt 
and Joe Aschauer, another holdover win- 
ner, tied in the Li'l Abner dash. Joan 
Norris was all by herself in the Sadie 
Hawkins feature stakes. 

Cy Melina jogged in with the Hairless 
Joe crown, and Carl Morris led the field 
in the Lonesome Polecat entry. Dave 
Dowding captured the Pappy Yokum 
prize by a batch of white whiskers, while 
June Baldwin didn't have any company 
in the Mammy Yokum sprint. John 
MacDonald, with a whisky bottle in one 
hand and a Bible in the other, won the 
Marryin' Sam title by default. 

And so the lads and lassies picked up 
their stray pigs, corncob pipes, and odd 
clothing and called it a day, leaving Tony 
Weitzel standing north of the foul circle 
marveling at the way the girls changed 
places with the boys for a night and won- 
dering if practice really doesn't make 
perfect. 



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NO TIME 
FOR CLASSES 

''kJO TIME for Classes," the Univer- 
sity's annual oil-student musical 
comedy revue, was held in the auditorium 
May 1 and 2, and for two and one-half 
hours the audience was kept in a con- 
tinuous state of hilarity by the show that 
was written, produced, and directed by 
sophomores Bill Guisewite and Stan 
Mouse. 

One hundred and twenty-five students 
participated in the production. The show 
featured a 12-girl chorus line, a 20- 
voice male glee club, and a 17-piece pit 
orchestra which played bits from 52 dif- 
ferent songs OS well as the eight original 
tunes written by students. 

From the time the show started with a 
guest conductor leading a fake over- 
ture, the production's 13 scenes were run 
through in rapid-fire order. Highlighted 
in the three major production numbers 
was the singing of Irving Waterbury and 
Clara Biosella, the dancing of Reita 
Mehlenbacher and Bud Gerber, and the 
combined singing of Eddie Robinson and 
the male glee club. 

Other "No Time" features were a 
'Gay 90's' scene, starring a barber shop 
quartette with Frances Allen as a sou- 
brette singer, and several skits with 
Guisewite and Mouse. 



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EIGHTEEN HUNDRED fun-loving University students shouldered their way into the 
main auditorium this year to catch a glimpse of one version of "Anything Goes". Every- 
thing from slapstick to romance, from tragedy to comedy, was enacted during the 
course of one evening from the same stage. It was the annual University Pork Barrel. 

To show what we mean, the gal in the upper left (Vera Pierce) is not imitating Mickey 
Mittiga, but is playing a part in the Gamma Sigma Phi enactment of a skit showing the 
future of the "U" when the draft hooked the males — and they were kidding. Ellis Mey- 
hew gets flippy with his "Gypsy Rose" act — and though curves were few, Gypsy never had 
a more attentive audience. 

Jack Leggett's prize-winning script was given expert attention by Sigma Tau Gamma 
thespians. And Clara Biasella and Irv Waterbury romanced to "My Hero", from THE 
CHOCOLATE SOLDIER. 

Aside from the winning Gamma skit. Alpha Omega sorority, Engleman hall girls, dining 
hall waiters, and Robert Orpin walked away with first place ribbons. 



PORK BARREL 



FRESHMAN WEEK 



ONCE each year the University colors become a bright Kelly green, once each year 
Student Council goes into the retail business, and once each year the infirmary 
resembles Woolworth's basement on bargain day. 

The school colors are a Kelly green because they bring emphasis to the green frosh, 
Student Council goes into the retail business because it is their job to top these "greenies" 
with little caps known affectionately to upperclassmen as "dinks", and the infirmary 
takes on the busy air because each of these incoming men and women have to be examined 
All this explains why the makers of Bromo-Seltzer drive town cars. 

The cameraman caught a number of scenes showing the "greenies" being harassed in- 
to doing a bit of harassing themselves. They placed a flag of the frosh class high atop 
the flag pole, then snipped the ropes in an effort to keep it there. It came down the next 
day. They continued their merry rounds by grouping to dunk those who had dunked 
them. The Robin Hood pool was a popular watering place. 

A cocky bunch they were and now they are ready to become sophomores and do a little 
shunning and snubbing on their own — that is, those who survived both the wrath of the 
dean and the draft of a nation. 




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Above and on the page to the left are scenes from the Twenty-Seventh 
Annual Commencement Exercises at the University, June 7, 1940. Featured 
are pictures of the procession from the Library to the Administrations Build- 
ing, of the flag and standard bearers, and of the conferring of degrees. 




RAYMOND HROMCO, 
president 



LESTER MORATO, 
vice-president 



NATALIE FLOERSHEIMER, 
secretary 



JOHN STEINER, 
treasurer 



Baseball 2-3-4, Stater 1- 
2, Delta Phi Sigma 2-3-4, 
Varsity K 3-4, Commerce 
3-4, Newman 3-4. 



Alpha Phi Beta 1-2-3-4, 
Blue Key 3-4, Interfrat- 
ernity Council 3-4, Phi 
Alpha Theta 3-4, New- 
man 1 -2-3-4, Theatre 3- 
4, Who's Who 4. 



Stater 2-3, Duchess 3-4, 
Chestnut Burr 2, Theatre 
1 -2-3-4, Student Council 
3, Gamma Sigma Phi 1 -2- 
3-4, Lambda Phi 3-4. 



Theatre I -2-4, Commerce 
1-2-3-4, Delta Kappa Psi 
3-4, Phi Beta Phi 2-3-4, 
Interfroternity Council 3- 
4, Counselor 4. 



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BETTY ACKLEY, WAA 1-2-3-4, 

HPE 1-2-3-4, Home Ec. 4, Theatre 
2-3, Theta Sigma Upsilon 1-2-3-4, 
Pan Hellenic 4; ORMAN ADAMS, 
Football 2-3, Commerce 1, Phi Beta 
Phi 4; DICE ALEXANDER, Football 
1-2-3-4, Tennis 1-2-3-4, Basketball 
1. 



RITA ALLENDORF, Alpha Omega 
1-2-3-4, K-P 2-3-4; JAMES ALOG- 
DELIS, Football 2-3-4, Wrestling 2- 
3-4, Kappa Mu Kappa 1-2-3-4, HPE 
2-3-4, Industrial Arts 1-2; MINNIE 
ARMELI. 



JOE ASCHAUER, Wrestling 1-2-3- 
4, Newman 1-2-3-4, HPE 1-2-3-4, 
Industrial Arts 1-2-3-4, Varsity K 2- 
3-4; IVY BAILIE, Biology, 1-2-3-4, 
Sociology 2-3, YWCA 1-2-3, Psy- 
chology 3-4; GLADYS BALDWIN, 
YWCA 1-2-3, Theatre 3-4, Psychol- 
ogy 3, Wesley 1 -2-3. 



JUNE BALDWIN, Home Ec. 3-4, 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 4; PEGGY BAL- 
LARD, Beta Gamma 4, Commerce 2; 
MARY KAY BALSER, Kent Stater 1 - 
2-3-4, Chestnut Burr 3, Lambda Phi 
3-4, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Theatre 1- 
2-3-4, Gamma Sigma Phi 1 -2-3-4. 



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NORMA BARTHOLOMEW, Home 
Ec. 1-2-3-4, La Fe 3-4, Psi Lambda 
Omicron 4; ETHEL BAUM, WAA 1- 
2-3-4, HPE 2-3-4, Biology 3-4; 
BETTY BAXTER, WAA 1-2, YWCA 
1, Theatre 4. 



JOE BEAL, Baseball 1-2-3, Basket- 
ball 1-2, Football 1, Industrial Arts 
1-2-3-4, Biology 1-2; VERNON 
BEAL, Pi Kappa Delta 1-2-3-4, De- 
bate 1 -2-3-4, Koppo Sigma Chi 1 -2- 
3-4; HENRY BECK, Stater 1-2-3, 
Duchess 2-3, Chestnut Burr, 2-3-4, 
Biology 4, Theatre 3-4. 



DONNA GENE BERRIDGE; MAR- 
ION BLACKBURN, Duchess 3; JAMES 
BLACKSTOCK, Football 2-3-4, Base- 
ball 2-3-4, HPE 2-3-4. 



CHARLOTTE BOEDEKER, Duchess 
2, Burr 3, Art 1-2-3-4, Alpha Omega 
1-2-3-4, Theatre 2-3-4; JULES 
BOGNAR, Track 2, Kent Stater 4, 
Duchess 3, Commerce 1-2-3-4, New- 
man 1-2-3-4; BILL BOLIANTZ, 
Football 2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, 
Track 2-3-4, Baseball 2, Delta Phi 
Sigma 2-3-4, HPE 2-3-4, Industrial 
Arts 2-3-4. 



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FAYE CHAPMAN, WAA 1-2-3-4, 
Math 2-3-4, YWCA 1-2, Theta Sig- 
ma Upsilon 2-3-4, Pan Hellenic 4; 
MARIAN CLAPP, WAA 1, YWCA 1, 
Theatre 1-2-3; LOUISE CLARK, 
Commerce 1-2-3, Wesley 1-2, Pi 
Kappa Sigma 2-3-4, Koppo Delta Pi 
2-4, Glee Club 3. 



MERLE COCHRAN, Tennis 3-4, 
Commerce 2-3-4, Delta Phi Sigma 
1-2-3-4; HELEN CONANT, WAA 4, 
International Relations 4, Wesley 4; 
MAX CONNER, Basketball 1-2-3-4, 
HPE 2-3-4, Varsity K 2-3-4. 



EILEEN COOK, Newman 1-2-3-4, 
WAA 2-3, Biology 2-3-4; BETTY 
CRAMPTON, Kent Stater 1-2-3, Edi- 
tor 4, Duchess 3, Lambda Phi 3-4, 
YWCA 1-2, Cardinal Key 3-4, Who's 
Who 4; IRO CRILE, Kappa Delta Pi 
3, WAA 1-2-3-4, French 3-4. 



MILDRED CUKROV, WAA 1, 
French 1, Music 1-2-3-4, Phi Alpha 
Theta 3-4, Kappa Delta PI 4, Gbe 
Club 1-2-3-4, Messiah 1-2-3-4; 
JEAN CULHAN, WAA 1-2, Psychol- 
ogy 3-4, Pi Kappa Delta 1-2-3-4, 
YWCA 1-2-3, Phi Gamma Mu 4, 
Alpha Omega 2-3-4; RUTH CUTLER, 
WAA 2-3-4. 




MILT BONAR, Commerce 2-3-4, 
Sigma Tau Gamma 1-2-3-4, CAA 4; 
ROY BOYLE, Phi Beta Phi 2-3-4, 
Commerce 3-4, CAA 4; NORMA 
BRATTON, WAA 1-2-3-4, Com- 
merce 4, Wesley 1-2-3-4, Kappa 
Delta Pi 4, Senate 4. 



LOUIS BREETZ, Radio 2-3-4, 
Science 1-2-3-4; JEANNE BRENNER, 
Music 3-4, Choir 3-4; HUBE BRIERS, 
Stater 1-2-3, Phi Beta Phi 2-3-4, 
Chi Pi 3-4. 



EDITH BROWN, Pi Kappa Sigma 
2-3-4, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Pan Hel- 
lenic 3-4; GERALDINE BROWN, 
WAA 1, Music 1-2-3-4, Theatre 4, 
Choir 1-2-3-4, Alpha Omega 1-2-3- 
4; HARRY BRUBAKER. 



TOM BURKE, Newman 3, Sigma 
Tau Gamma 1-2-3-4, Theatre 3-4; 
HARRY CAMP; MARIETTA CARL- 
OZZI, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Theatre 1, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 1-2-3-4. 



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ANNA DUNN, Pi Kappa Sigma 1- 
2-3-4, Newman 1-2-3-4, Off-Cam- 
pus 1, Glee Club 3-4; IRENE DUR- 
KOTT, French 1-2-3-4, Home Ec. 2- 
3; MARY ELLEN ECHELBERRY. 



KAY EDDY, WAA 1-2-3-4, HPE 
1-2-3-4, Theto Sigma Upsilon 2-3-4; 
CHARLES EDMISTON, Commerce 3- 
4, Delta Phi Sigma 1-2-3-4; RICH- 
ARD EMMITT. 



CHARLES ERICKSON, Kent Stater 

3, Commerce 2-3-4, Phi Beta Phi 3- 

4, Delta Kappa Psi 2-3-4, Pi Kappa 
Delta 2-3-4; FRANK ESTOCHIN, 
Footboll 1-2-3-4, Kappa Mu Kappa 
2-3-4, Varsity K 2-3-4; JOEL ET- 
TER, Tennis 2-3, Commerce 2-3, 
Delta Phi Sigma 2-3-4. 



WINONA EYRE, Kent Stater 1-2- 
3-4, Duchess 2, Chestnut Burr 3-4, 
Theatre 3, Sociology 2-3, Lambda 
Phi 3-4, YWCA 2-3; PAULINE FA- 
GERT, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1 -2-3-4; 
CARMEN FALCONE, Football 2-3-4, 
Wrestling 2-3-4, Track 2, Newman 
1-2-3-4, Kappa Mu Kappa 4. 




MARGE DAUBENSPECK, Chestnut 
Burr 3, Commerce 2-4, Alpha Omega 
1-2-3-4, Pan Hellenic 4; LUCY 
DeSIMIO, Psi Lambda Omicron 4, 
Commerce 4, Off-campus 1 -2; GER- 
TRUDE DeVOS, WAA 1, Kent Stater 
1-2-3-4, Chestnut Burr 3, Duchess 1, 
Off-Campus 3-4, International Rela- 
tions 3-4, Wesley 1-2-3-4. 



LEO DIFFORD, Industrial Arts 1-2- 
3, HPE 1-2-3-4, Sigma Tau Gamma 
1-2-3-4; DOROTHY DILLON, Off- 
Campus 2, WAA 1, Wesley 3; LEWIS 
DINGLEDINE, Biology 2-3-4, Chem- 
istry 2-3-4, Photography 3-4. 



LOUIS DISINGER; MICHAEL DO- 
BRANSKY, Football 1-2, Newman 2- 
3-4, Commerce 3-4; MILLARD 
DOWNS, Wrestling 2-3-4, Alpha Phi 
Beta 1-2-3-4. 



ELEANOR DRASDO, WAA 2, 
Music 2-3-4, Glee Club 2-3-4, 
YWCA 2, Messiah 2-3-4; DON 
DUNCAN, Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3-4, 
International Relations 3-4; MARY 
LOU DUNLAP, Chi Omega 3, Home 
Ec. 3-4. 



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SAM FARKAS, Football 3-4, Swim- 
ming 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Tennis 2- 
3, HPE 1-2-3-4, Varsity K 2-3-4; 
STEVE FEDUNIAK, Baseball 1-2-3, 
Newman 3-4, Varsity K 3; VINCENT 
FIGLIULO, Newman 2-3-4. 



PHILIP FINNEGAN, Theatre 1, En- 
gineers 1, Moth 3-4; STEPHEN FOL- 
TIN, Football 1-2-3, Baseball 2, Del- 
ta Phi Sigrna 1-2-3-4; JANET 
FOLTZ, Chestnut Burr 3-4, Glee Club 
4, Messiah 4, Theatre 2-3-4, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma 2-3-4, Cardinal Key 4. 



JACK FOWLER, Theatre 1-3-4, 
Chemistry 4, Chestnut Burr 4, Kappa 
Mu Kappa 1-2-3-4; MACK GEIT- 
GEY, Delta Kappa Psi 2-3-4, Com- 
merce 2-3-4, Theatre 1-2; JACK 
GIFFORD, Commerce 1-2-3-4, Bond 
1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Phi 
Beta Phi 2-3-4. 



JEAN GILCREST, German 1-2, 
Glee Club 1-2, Sociology 2-3, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma 1-2-3-4, Theatre 1-2- 
3-4, Psychology 4; MARY ELLEN 
GOCKSTETTER, Newman 1-2, Off- 
Campus 1; MARGARET GODFREY, 
La Fe 3-4, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Psi 
Lambda Omicron 4, Band 1 -2, Or- 
chestra 1-2, Biology 1-2-3. 



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GORDON GOMBERT; RUSSELL 
GOODWIN, Theatre 2-3-4, Industrial 
Arts 2-3-4, Wesley 2-3; JACK 
GRAY, Kappa Delta Pi 3-4, Phi Al- 
pha Theta 3-4. 



RAY GREEN, Tennis 2-3-4, Wrest- 
ling 1-2, Kent Stater 2-3-4, Duchess 
3, Chestnut Burr 4, Varsity K 2-3-4, 
HPE 2-3; SARA JANE GREER, Home 
Ec, 4, WAA 1, Theatre 1; FERN 
GRIFFIN, Alpha Phi Beta 3-4, Com- 
merce 3. 



BETTY GROMBACHER, WAA 2-3- 
4, HPE 2-3-4; DAN GULGIN, Bas- 
ketball 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Sigma 
Tou Gamma 1-2-3; ROBERT HABER- 
KOST, Chestnut Burr 3, Commerce 3- 
4, Kappa Mu Kappa 2-3-4, Inter-fra- 
ternity Council 3-4. 



MRS. W. A. HAGLUND, Phi Alpha 
Theta 3-4; RITA HAMILTON, Home 
Ec. 1-2-3-4, Off-Compus 1-2-3, 
Kappa Delta Pi 3-4; ZANA C. HAM- 
ILTON. 



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JEAN HARMONY, WAA 1, Theta 
Sigma Upsilon 2-3-4, Kappa Delta 
Pi 3-4, French 1-2; ALICE HARNEY; 
RICHARD HARPER, Commerce 3-4, 
Phi Beta Phi 2. 



ROBERT HARRINGTON, Industrial 
Arts 1-2-3-4, Choir 3-4, HPE 1-2-3, 
Theotre 1-3-4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
JACK HARRIS, Stater 2, Duchess 3, 
Chestnut Burr 4, Alpha Psi Omega 2- 
3-4, Blue Key 3-4, Chi Pi 3-4, Radio 
Workshop 3-4, Theatre 1-2-3-4; 
RUTH HARTMAN, Art 1-2-3-4, 
Theatre 3-4. 



JANICE HATCH, Newmon 1-2-3- 
4, K-P 2-3-4; RUBY HAYES; BERTHA 
HEICHEL, WAA 1-2-3-4, HPE 2-3-4, 
Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Wesley 1-2-3-4. 



ELAINE HICKS, Psychology 3-4, 
WAA 1-2; RICHARD HILL, Delta Phi 
Sigma 1-2-3-4, Men's Union 2-3-4, 
Swimming 2-3; LLOYD HINE. 



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ROBERT HIRT, Duchess 2, Sigma 
Tou Gamma 2-3-4, Kent Stater 2-3, 
Chi Pi 3-4; DONALD HODGSON; 
ESTELLA HOISTON, Sociology 1, 
WAA 1-2-3-4, YWCA 1-2-3-4. 



CHARLES HOLLOWAY, Kent 
Stater 4, Duchess 3, Commerce 2-3-4, 
Theatre 1-2-3-4; MARY HOOBLER, 
Home Ec. 3-4, Women's League 3, 
Psi Lambda Omicron 4; DOROTHY 
HUDSON, Kent Stater I, YWCA 1, 
Phi Alpha Theta 3-4. 



LUCILLE HURD, WAA 1-2-3-4, 
HPE 2-3-4; WILLIAM HYATT, HPE 
2-3-4; JEAN IHRIG, Kent Stater 3. 



HELENE INGRAM, K-P 1-2-3-4, 
Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Phi Alpha Alpha 
2-3-4; EUGENE JACKSON, HPE 2- 
3-4, Kappa Mu Kappa 4, Biology 2; 
R. W. JOHNSON, Kent Stater 3, Glee 
Club 1-2-3, YMCA 4. 



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GRACE LAMBERT, YWCA ), Choir 
2-3, Glee Club 2-3-4, Wesley 2; 
HENRY LA TORRACA, Biology 2-3, 
Math 2-3-4, Industrial Arts 2-3-4, 
Blue Key 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 
4, Kappa Mu Kappa 2-3-4, Men's 
Union 2-3-4; ELAINE LATTIN, Art 
3-4, Theatre 1-2-3-4, Sigma Sigma 
Sigma 1-2-3-4. 



ARTHUR LAVE, German ], HPE 
1-2-3-4, Biology 4; RUTH LEA, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 2-3-4, Home Ec, 
2-3-4, Theatre 2-3-4; WILLIAM 
LEEVER, Sigma Tau Gamma 1-2-3-4, 
Forensics 2-3, Radio Workshop 3-4, 
Pi Kappa Delta 1-2-3-4. 



JACK LEGGETT, Stater 1-2-3-4, 
Duchess 1-2-3-4, Sigma Tau Gamma 
1-2-3-4, Chi Pi 3, Blue Key 4; PEG 
LEIST, WAA 2-3, YWCA 3-4, Thea- 
tre 2-3, Wesley 2, Women's Leogue 
3-4; WILBUR LeMASTERS, Com- 
merce 2-3-4, Pi Kappa Delta 1-2-3- 
4, Phi Beta Phi 3-4, YMCA 4, Wes- 
ley 1-2. 



HELENE LENNER, WAA 2-3, 
Commerce 2-3, Sociology 4, Theatre 
2-3, Alpha Omega 1-2-3-4, Student 
Council 3; HELEN LEWIS, Home Ec. 
1-4; ROBERT LEWIS, International 
Relations 2-3-4. 




CHESTER KEPLER, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha 1-2, Math 2-3-4, Theatre 2-3; 
BETTY KERN, YWCA 3, WAA 1, 
Newman I; DOROTHY KILBY, Home 
Ec. 1-2-3-4, La Fe 3-4, Psi Lambda 
Omicron 4. 



GORDON KNAPP, Glee Club 3; 
MARY KNOUFF, YWCA 1-2, Home 
Ec, 2-3-4, Pi Kappa Sigma 4; LIL- 
LIAN KOCHENDERFER, Duchess 2, 
YWCA 1-2, Wesley 2, Commerce 
2-3, International Relotions 3-4, 
Theatre 1-2-3-4, Cardinol Key 3-4, 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 2-3-4. 



DAN KOVALCHICK, Baseball 3-4, 
Newman 4, Varsity K 3; ROBERT 
KOVANDA, Music 3-4, Choir 3-4, 
Koppo Delta Pi 4, YMCA 4, Wesley 
3-4; LEONARD KRAMEL, Chestnut 
Burr 3, Business Monager 4, Moth 3- 
4, Delta Phi Sigma 1-2-3, Blue Key 
3-4. 



DOROTHY KRAMER, WAA 1, 
Newman 1-2-3-4, Home Ec. 1-2-3; 
GIZELLA KRUPAN5KY, Newman 1- 
2-3-4, Pi Kappa Sigma 1-2-3-4, 
Commerce 2-3-4; PHYLLIS LAMB, 
YWCA 1, Student Senate 4. 



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DONALD MARTIN, Industrial Arts 
3-4, HPE 4, Biology 2; PHYLLIS 
MARTIN, Biology 3-4, Psychology 4, 
Kappa Delta Pi 3-4; GELSOMINA 
MASUCCI, Choir 3-4, Music 4, 
YWCA 4, Glee Club 3, Kappa Delta 
Pi 4. 



ELLIS MAYHEW, Commerce 1-2- 
3-4, Men's Union 4, Phi Beta Phi 2- 
3-4; REITA MEHLENBACHER, WAA 
4, HPE 4, Home Ec. 3, Theatre 3, 
Women's League 2, Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma 1-2-3-4; JOE MICHAELS, Duch- 
ess 3, Blue Key 3-4, Theatre 1-2-3- 
4, Alpha Psi Omega 2-3-4. 



MARGARET MICSKO, Psychology 
3-4, Newman 1-2-3-4, Theatre 4, 
Phi Alpha Alpha 4; EDITH MIDGLEY, 
WAA 2, Theatre 1, Commerce 1, 
YWCA 1, Wesley 4; DOROTHY 
MIGGE, G:ee Club 2-3, Theatre 4. 



GENEVIEVE MILLER; AILEEN 
MILLIGAN, Off-Campus 1-2-3-4 
Glee Club 1-2-3-4, WAA 3, Com- 
merce 2-3-4, Wesley 2-3-4, Kappa 
Delta Pi 3-4, Cardinal Key 3-4 
SHERMAN MINER, Kent Stater 4, 
Duchess 3, Commerce 3-4, Delta Phi 
Sigma 4, Band 3. 




MARTHA LIBER, Theatre 1-2-3, 
Orchestra 1-2; LEONARD LIFTON, 
Football 1-2-3, Varsity K 2-3, HPE 
2-3-4; MORTON LIPKOWITZ. 



LOUISE McCURDY, Home Ec. 2-3- 
4; VINCENT McDEVITT, Sigma Tau 
Gamma 3-4, Blue Key 3-4, Phi Alpha 
Theta 3-4, Newman 3-4, Sociology 3, 
Student Council 3-4, Men's Union 
1-4, Who's Who 4; DOROTHY Mc- 
ELROY, WAA 1-2-3-4, YWCA 1-2- 
3, Commerce 1 -2. 



EARL MclLVAINE, Football 1-2- 
3-4, Delta Phi Sigma 1-2-3-4, Var- 
sity K 2-3-4; DOROTHEA McKEE, 
YWCA 3-4; ALICE MALARIK, New- 
man 1-2-3, Theatre 1-2-3. 



STEVE MALARIK, Phi Beta Phi 2- 
3-4, Commerce 2-3-4; JEANNETTE 
MALAT, Kent Stater 3, Commerce 3, 
Sociology 3, Alpha Omega 3-4, Thea- 
tre 1-2-3; KAY MALONEY, Kent 
Stater 1 -2, Duchess 1 -2, Chestnut 
Burr 3, Publications Committee 3-4, 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 1-2-3-4, Cardi- 
nal Key 3-4, Lambda Phi 3-4, Stu- 
dent Council 3-4. 



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BETTY LOU MINOR, Theatre 1-2- 
3-4, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, YWCA 1-2, 
Pan-Hellenic 4, Wesley 1-2, Phi Al- 
pha Alpha 2-3-4; GEORGE MOL- 
LICA, Football 2-3-4, Phi Beta Phi 
2-3-4; ANNABELLE MOTZ, Home 
Ec. 3-4, Biology 3-4. 



MARGOT MUELLER, WAA 1 -2, 
German 1-2-3, Theatre 1-2-3-4, 
Women's League 3-4, Sociol Com- 
mittee 4; GLADYS MUMAW, Music 
1-2-3-4, YWCA 1-2-4, WAA 3, 
Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-3-4, 
Choir 3-4; WALTER MURAL, Com- 
merce 4, Interfraternity Council 3, 
Kappa Sigma Chi 2-3-4. 



GERALDINE MYERS, Home Ec, 2- 
3-4, Sigma Sigma Sigmo 3-4; SUE 
MYSER, HPE 4, WAA 4; LESLIE 
NETZEN, Football 2-3-4, Track 2- 
3-4, HPE 3-4, Varsity K 3-4. 



EVELYN NICODEMUS, Glee Club 
2, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Music 1-2-3- 
4, YWCA 2; MARY LOUISE OLIVER, 
Home Ec. 3-4, Biology 3, WAA 3, 
Phi Alpha Alpha 3-4; ROBERT OR- 
PIN, Music 2-3-4, Glee Club 1-2, 
Choir 1-2, Band 2-3-4. 



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CLARENCE ORTT, Boseball 2-3, 
HPE 1-2-3-4, Biology 2-3, Com- 
merce 3, Varsity K 3, Theatre 3, 
Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3; JANE OS- 
BORNE, K-P 2-3-4 Theatre 1-2-3-4, 
French 1; RUTH OSBORN, La Fe 3- 
4, Home Ec. 1-2.3-4, Wesley 1-2- 
3-4. 



ALICE PARKER, WAA 1-2-3, 
Commerce 1-2-3-4, Sociology 3, Or- 
chestra 1-2; STANLEY PARKER, 
YMCA 4, Wesley 4; MORTON 
PERRY. 



MARYANNA PFAHLER, Music 4. 
Glee Club 1-2-3-4, YWCA 4; WIL- 
LIAM PLISKIN, Math 1-2-3-4, 
Chemistry 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3-4; 
EDNA POWELL, Commerce 3-4, 
Home Ec. 4, WAA 3. 



GERALDINE PRICE, WAA 1 
YWCA 1 , Commerce 2, Sociology 3 
MARY RAPP, Orchestra 1-2-3-4 
SYLVIA REISS, Theatre 1-2-3-4 
French 1, Phi Alpha Theta 3-4, Sig- 
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ELIZABETH RENZ; KENNETH 
RICHARDS; JAMES RICHARDSON, 
Wesley 3-4, International Relations 4, 
YMCA 4, Commerce 3-4, Delta Kap- 
pa Psi 4, Phi Beta Phi 4. 



CAROL RICHNER, French 2-3-4; 
JEAN RIDLEY; ROSE ROBERTO. 



EDWARD ROBINSON, Boxing 2-3, 
Commerce 1 , Psychology 4, Theatre 
4; ROBERT RODERICK, Kent Stater 
2, Commerce 2-3, Delta Phi Sigma 
2-3-4; HILDA ROHLF, Home Ec. 1- 
2-3-4, La Fe 3-4, Psi Lambda Omi- 
cron 4. 



JANE ROTHERMUND, WAA 1-2, 
Student Council 2, Women's League 
1-2-3-4, Cardinal Key 3-4, Kappa 
Delta Pi 3-4, Student-Faculty Com- 
mittee 3; DON ROWLEY, Kent 
Stater 1-2-3, Kappa Sigma Chi 2-3- 
4; GENEVIEVE RUDDY, Newman 1- 
2-3-4, Commerce 1-2-3, Off-Cam- 
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MARTHA RUFENER, Home Ec. 2- 
3-4, Art 2-3, Social Committee 3-4, 
Women's League 4, Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma 1-2-3-4, WAA 1-2; EUGENE 
RUSSELL; ARTHUR SCARPITTI, HPE 
3-4, Biology 4, Industrial Arts 4, Phi 
Beta Phi 3-4. 



ALYCE SCHEU, Kent Stater 1-2- 
3-4; HAROLD SCHLEGEL, Music 2- 
3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 3-4, Or- 
chestra 2-3-4; HENRIETTE SCHIEVE, 
Home Ec. 4, Commerce 4. 



ARLYNN SCHMIDT, Home Ec. 2- 
3-4, Pi Kappa Sigma 3-4, YWCA 
1-2, Psi Lambda Omicron 4; ESTHER 
SCHORR, WAA 1, YWCA 1, Kent 
Stater 1, Women's League 4, Theatre 
1-4, Gamma Sigma Phi 1-2-3-4; 
LILLIAN SCHWARTZ. 



HAROLD SERNE, Blue Key 3, pres- 
ident 4, Commerce 1-2-3-4, Student 
Council 4, Men's Union 3-4, Delta 
Kappa Psi 3-4; HERBERT SHAFFER, 
Industrial Arts 1-2-3-4, Theatre 1- 
2-3-4, Interfraternity Council 4, Kap- 
pa Sigma Chi 3-4; VERA SHARY. 



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RICHARD SOMERS, Commerce 3, 
Kappa Mu Kappa 3; PRESTON 
SPRUNGER, Track 2-3-4, Varsity K 
2-3, Music 4, Theatre 2-3-4, Band 
1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Wesley 
1-2-3-4, Kappa Sigma Chi 4; PHYL- 
LIS STEELE, WAA 1, YWCA 1-2, Phi 
Alpha Alpha 2-3-4. 



JOE STEFANOSKY, Commerce 3-4, 
Theatre 1, Delta Kappa Psi 2-3-4; 
JOHN STEINERT, Industrial Arts I- 
2-3-4, HPE 2-3-4; ROBERT STER- 
LEY Commerce 4. 



MILAN STOCKING, Music 1-2-3- 
4, Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, 
Glee Club 1-2, Phi Beta Phi 4; JOY 
STOVER, WAA 3-4, YWCA 3, 
Women's League 4, HPE 3-4; FLOR- 
ENCE STRONG, Glee Club 1-2, 
YWCA 2, WAA 3, Choir 3-4, Thea- 
tre 4, Women's League 1-2-3-4, 
Kappa Delta Pi 3-4. 

DON SULLIVAN, Newman 1-2-3, 
Theatre 3, Blue Key 3-4, Men's 
Union 3-4, Student Council 4, Alpha 
Phi Beta 2-3-4; MARJORIE SUPPES, 
WAA 4, Theatre 3, Art 1-2-3-4, 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 1-2-3-4, Home 
Ec. 4; GERTRUDE SUPPES, WAA 
1-2, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, Art 1-2-3- 
4, Theatre 1 -2-3-4, Women's League 
4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2-3-4. 




BETTY SHAW, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, 
Women's League 1-2-3-4; LESLIE 
SHEARY, Bond 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 
1-2-3-4; WHITLAW SHOW, Track 
2, Biology 2-3-4, Psychology 3-4, 
Sigma Tau Gammo 2-3-4. 



CHARLES SINDLEDECKER, Moth 
3-4, International Relations 3-4; 
ETHEL SMITH; FRANCES SMITH, 
Duchess 3, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, 
YWCA 1-2-3, Cardinal Key 4, Pi 
Kappa Sigma 3-4. 



GLENN SMITH, HPE 2-3-4, Delta 
Phi Sigma 1-2-3-4; MARJORIE 
SMITH, Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, La Fe 
3-4, Psi Lambda Omicron 4; ROBERT 
SMITH, Chemistry 3-4, Kappa Mu 
Kappa 3-4. 



WINIFRED SMITH, Kent Stater 2, 
HPE 4, WAA 1-2, Newman 1-2-3-4; 
DOROTHY SNYDER, Home Ec. 2-3- 
4, Biology 3-4, Psi Lambda Omicron 
4; SUE SNYDER, WAA 1-2, Social 
Committee 2-3. 



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ADRIAN TRACHSEL, Duchess 2, 
Industrial Arts 2-3-4, HPE 4; HELEN 
TURY, Biology 3, Psychology 3-4, 
YWCA 3-4; THORA UEBEL, WAA 
1-2, K-P 1-2-3-4, Biology 2-3, So- 
ciology 3, Student Council 4, Pan- 
Hellenic 2-3-4, Beta Gamma 1-2- 
3-4. 



FRED VACHA, Delta Phi Sigma 
z-3-4. Alpha Psi Omega 2-3-4, 
Theatre 1-2-3-4. Student Council 4; 
RUSSELL VARNER; HAROLD WAG- 
NER, Phi Beta Phi 2-3-4, Commerce 
1-3-4. 



JIM WAGNER, Commerce 3, Phi 
Beta Phi 3-4; ETHEL WALKER, WAA 
1-2-3, Biology 3, YWCA 1, Math 
4; BILL WALTHER, Engineers 1-2. 



VERLA WALTERS, WAA 1-2-3-4, 
YWCA 2-4, Commerce 1-2-3-4, 
Women's League 3-4; RALPH 
WANDS, Sigma Tau Comma 2-3-4, 
Blue Key 4, International Relations 
3-4, Theatre 2-3-4; ISABELLE 
WARD, WAA 1 -2, Home Ec. 1 -2- 
3-4. 




WILLIAM SWALLOW, Sigma Tau 
Gamma 2-3, Commerce 1-2; MAR- 
GARET SWAN, Pan-Hellenic 3-4, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 1-2-3-4; DOMI- 
NIC TARANTINE, YMCA 3, Psychol- 
ogy 3, Sociology 3. 



DON TAYLOR, Biology 2-3-4, 
Student Council 4, Blue Key 3-4, 
Theatre 1-2-3-4; FRANK TAYLOR, 
Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3-4; JACK 
TAYLOR, YMCA 3, Duchess 2-3, 
Commerce 1-2-3-4. 



WILFRED TERRILL, Delta Kappa 
Psi 3-4, Commerce 3-4; ANNABELLE 
THOMAS; DOROTHY THOMPSON, 
Home Ec. 3-4, WAA 3-4. 



HOWARD TIFFT, Duchess 3, Busi- 
ness Manager 4, Commerce 3-4, 
Kappa Sigma Chi 2-3-4; MARGARET 
TITSCHINGER, WAA 2-3, Psychology 
3-4, Biology 3-4, YWCA 4; WAY- 
MAN TOLL. 



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JACK WARD, Industrial Arts 1-2- 
3-4, Math 1; JAMES WATKINS, Bi- 
ology 2-4, Sociology 2-3-4, Radio 
4; ALICE WEBB, YWCA 1, WAA 1. 



HAROLD WEIL, Commerce 2-3-4, 
Phi Beta Phi 2-3-4, Theatre 4; MAR- 
TINA WELKER, YWCA 4; BERNARD 
WERTHEIMER, French 2. 



GLENWOOD WILCOX, Commerce 
4, Band 1-2-3; HAZEL WILLIAMS, 
YWCA 2, Pi Kappo Sigma 3-4; 
JOANNE WILLIAMS, Women's 
League 4. 



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ART WILLIS, Industrial Arts 4. 
Fencing 3; DEAN WINSPER, Football 
2-3-4, Commerce 3, Student Council 
3 Interfraternity Council 3-4, Delta 
Phi Sigma 1-2-3-4, CLARICE WISE, 
YWCA 4, Music 2-3-4. 



MERRILL WISE; MARTHA WOLF, 
Home Ec. 1-2-3-4, WAA 1; MIL- 
DRED WOODS. 



JOHN YESSO, Math 3-4, HPE 3-4, 
Kappa Delta Pi, 3-4; PAUL ZELLER, 
Theatre 3-4, YMCA 3-4, Forensic 4; 
FERNE ZIMMERMAN, WAA 1, 
YWCA 1-2, Theatre 1. 



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Basketballer Eddy Boyle, lournalist John Honlin, 
pugilist Dom Monaco, and wrestler George Grahame 
present four distinct sides to a political discussion. 



Pete Briggs, John Mine, and George Fleischer — oil 
interested in blonde Merry Allen. The fact that 
Miss Allen reigned as Queen of Ohio State university's 
Military Boll this year tells us that this trio is only 
human. 



Maxine Kopp, Connie Obermiller, Jeonette Morgan, 
and Jeanne Claypoole give ample proof that upper- 
classmen also use the much tolked-of cram session. 
Jammed around the end of one of Rockwell library's 
big tables, they appear engrossed in study. 



Photographer Leonard Shofitz could be doing a bit 
of lobbying here as he nabs a trio of the University's 
best-known politicians. Student Council and Delta 
Phi Sigma president Fred Prasse, Junior class and 
Blue Key president Bill Schraegle, and former Student 
Council and Sigma Tau Gamma president Bob Seese 
listen intently to the lens-mon. 



JUNIORS 




Were the "dime-c-dance" girls to go col- 
legiate, their financial resources would be cut 
in half — to soy nothing of their reputations. 
For at Kent State the juke box craze reached 
Its heighth, vending its wares for but a nickle 
a dance. 

Former Jimmy Dorsey sax-man Carl Ellis and 
Dave Flynn, University's ace songwriter, listen 
to Tommy Dorsey's "I'll Never Smile Again", 
which took a first in the year's jitney parade. 
Bill Watson and Joe Calta wait patiently for 
number seven, which was Charlie Barnet's 
"Pompton Turnpike" — the second ranking 
disk-of-the-yeor. 

The boxes in the Robinhood, pictured here, 
as well as in the Brady ond the Hotel, student 
hangouts, have a habit of running continually. 




WILLIAM SCHRAEGLE 

President 
Chestnut Burr 2, Editor 
3, Chairman, Ohio Col- 
lege Newspaper Associa- 
tion 2-3, Chi Pi 2-3, 
Blue Key 3, Counselor 3. 



DON PEARCE ARLENE HOWELL MAE BELLE ANGLEMYER 

Vice President Secretary Treasurer 

Track 2. WAA 1 , Theatre I , YW- HPE 3, WAA 2-3, 

CA 3, Phi Alpha Alpha Theatre 2-3, Women's 

2-3. Leogue 3. 



The lads and lassies of the Class of '42 changed greatly within the 
space of three short 1940 summer months. They added sophistication, 
smoothed out the "know it all" attitude they'd borrowed as sophomores, 
sported bulging wardrobes, bought or otherwise, dispensed with jitterbugging 
to add the smooth foxtrot, called profs by their first names, and generally 
entered into the upper class. 

The class, with Bill Schraegle, BURR editor and Blue Key president- 
elect, at the helm, might not have been as active as classes of the past, but 
was certainly more efficient individually. Top ranking positions the campus 
over were filled by juniors: Bob Seese and Fred Prasse, student council 
presidents; Mary Jane O'Brien, Gamma Sig prexy, George Fleischer, STATER 
editor, and John Mine, Gus Chigges, Lindy Barch, and Bob Kenyon, journal- 
ists; Stan Drongowski, Joe Price, Eddy Boyle, Roman Wojno, Duane Barney, 
and other athletes; Dave Flynn, songwriter; John Powell, debater; Fritzie 
Koole, thespian; Bob Mosher, Men's Union chief; Jimmy Rybak, politician 
— we could go on until we named the entire class. 



The Junior class had its share of Brady sitters. 
Below are a few random loungers. Here Walt 
Holms, Bob Abbott, and Gene Kirkpotrick grab a 
corner booth and take time out to read the Stater. 



In between classes three Juniors dosh to the Brady 
for c cooling coke. June Adams and Midge Kincaid 
chuckle over a Louie Simone-manufactured story . . . 
something they didn't dash for. 




ROBERT S. ABBOTT; VERDA- 
BELLE ABBOTT, Wesley 1-2, 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, Glee Club 2-3; 
PAUL ACKER, Theatre 2, Wesley 
2; MERRY ALLEN, Kent Stater 
1-2-3, Chestnut Burr 2, Duchess 
3, Home Ec. 3, Gamma Sigma Phi 
1-2-3. 



BERTON ALTMANN, Gym 
Team 3, Biology 2, Newman 1-2, 
Sigma Tau Gamma 1-2-3; KEN- 
NETH L. ANDERSON; RUSSELL 
C. ARMITAGE, Music 3; EILEEN 
ARNOLD, Theatre 1, Wesley I, 
YWCA 1. 



JUNE ARNOLD, Home Ec. 3, 
Theatre 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2- 
3; SEWARD AVERILL, Chemistry 
3; HOPE BAHLER, YWCA 1; 
LINDY BARCH, Kent Stater 1- 
2-3, Chestnut Burr 2-3, WAA 3, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 3, YWCA 3, 
Photography 3. 



ROBERT A. BARNES, Alpha Phi 
Beta 2-3, Wesley 1-2-3, Indus- 
trial Arts 3, YMCA 3; DUANE 
BARNEY, football 2-3, Sigma Tau 
Gamma 2-3; HILDA BARNHOUSE, 
Theatre 1-2, WAA 1-2, Beta 
Gamma 3; HARRELL BARTLEY. 




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TOM BATES, Kent Stater 1-2- 
3, Duchess 3, Chestnut Burr 3, 
Newman, 1-3, Alpha Phi Beta 1- 
2-3, Chi Pi 2-3, Counselor 3, In- 
terfraternity Council 2; WILLIS E. 
BAUER, Industrial Arts 1-2-3; 
LAWRENCE BECKER, Trock 3; 
MARIE BECKER, Theatre 3. 

ARNOLD E. BEREIT, Radio 2, 
HPE 1, Wesley 2-3, Alpha Phi 
Beta 2-3; THOMAS BERG, YMCA 
2-3, Commerce 2, Theatre 3, 
Wesley 2-3; KATHERINE BERN- 
STEIN; ROBERT BEUCK, Newman 
1-2-3, International Relations 1- 
2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, Sigma Tau 
Gamma 2-3. 

MARGARET BEVILACQUA, 
WAA 2-3, HPE 1-2-3; CLARA 
BIASELLA, Music 1-2-3; Glee 
Club I, Theatre 1-2-3; JOSEPH 
BLAIR, Kent Stater 1-2, Student 
Senate 3, Forensic 3, YMCA 3, 
Delta Kappa Psi 2-3, Blue Key 3, 
Social Committee 3, Publications 
Committee 3; GENE BOCCIO, 
Newman 3, Industrial Arts 3, 
HPE 3. 



FERN BOLTZ, French 1-2-3, 
Home Ec. 2; FRED BORTZ, Band 
1-2-3, Choir I; BETTY BOWLES, 
Newman 1-2-3, Art 1-2-3, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma 1-2-3, Pan Hellenic 
3; MELVIN BOYD, HPE 3, Indus- 
trial Arts 3. 



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WILLIAM CADY; ROBERT 
CAIN, JUNE CALDWELL, WAA 
1-2-3, Theatre 1, Wesley 1, YW- 
CA I; JOE CALTA, YMCA 3, 
Theatre 1-2-3, Kappa Sigma Chi 
3, Alpha Psi Omega 3. 



GEORGE CAMPBELL, Kent 
Stater 3, Delta Kappa Psi 2-3; 
CLYDE CARSON; HILDA CA- 
THAN, Home Ec. 1-2-3, Biology 
2, YWCA 1, Wesley 2-3; RON- 
ALD CAVANAUGH, Newman 1- 
2-3, YMCA 3. 



MARIE CHANDLER, French 2- 
3, WAA 2, Wesley 1-2-3; EDGAR 
CHAPMAN, Art 3; NORMAN 
CHASE, Debate 1, Delta Phi Sigma 
2-3; GWENETH CHATHAM, K-P 
3. 



STELLA CHAYKOWSKI, Com- 
merce 3; CATHERINE CHELO- 
VITZ, WAA 1, YMCA 1; GUS 
CHIGGES, Kent Stater 1-2-3, 
Chestnut Burr 2, Chi Pi 2-3, Sigma 
Tau Gamma 2-3; ELIZABETH 
CHURCH, Art 1-2-3, Sigma Sigma 
Sigma 1 -2-3. 




EDWARD BOYLE, Math 1-2-3, 
HPE 1-2-3, Basketball 2-3, Delta 
Phi Sigma 1-2-3; RALPH 
BRADEN, Chestnut Burr 2, Inter- 
notional Relations 3, Newman 1 - 
2-3, Kappa Mu Kappa 2-3; MARY 
BRANDT, WAA 1-2-3, Kent 
Stater 1-2-3, Beta Gamma 2-3; 
JUNE BRENEMAN, K-P 3, YWCA 
3. 

JOHN BRIDGES, Track 2, Gym 
Team 3; HENRY BRIGGS, Indus- 
trial Arts 1-2-3, Sigma Tau Gam- 
ma 2-3; GLORIA BROGNEAUX, 
French 2-3, Newman 1-2-3, WAA 
2, Phi Alpha Alpha 2-3; MARY 
LOIS BROWN, YWCA 1, Com- 
merce 3. 



BEVERLY BROZIO, Gamma 
Sigma Phi 1-2-3; BETTY BRUN- 
NER, Home Ec, 1-2-3, HPE 3, 
WAA 1-2-3; OLYMPIA BULLER, 
Commerce 3, WAA 1-2-3, HPE 3, 
Home Ec. 3; MARJORY BURRISS. 



RICHARD BURWELL, Wesley 
1-2-3, Math 2-3; ELIZABETH 
BURZLOFF, K-P 1-2-3, Off- 
Campus 2; JOHN BUSCH, Music 
1-2-3, Band 1-2-3, Orchestra 1- 
2-3; FLORENCE BYERS, Off- 
Campus 3, Phi Alpha Alpha 2-3. 



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JEANNE CUDDEBACK, WAA I, 
HPE 1, Theatre 1-2, YWCA 1, Wes- 
ley 1-2-3, Pi Kappa Sigma 3; GER- 
ALD DANIELS, Glee Club 2-3, YM 
CA 2-3, Band 2-3; EDWARD DED- 
INSKY, Swimming 2-3, Newman 1-2, 
Commerce 1-2-3, Kappa Sigma Chi 
2-3, Counselor 3; MARJORIE DE- 
HOFF. 



JIM DeJUTE, Newman 1-2-3, 
Kappo Mu Kappa 3, Theatre 3; 
MARGARET DELANEY, YWCA 1-3 
Glee Club 1, Wesley 1-2-3; ROY 
DEMING, YMCA 1-2-3, Math 1, 
Wesley 1-2-3; RAY DEMING, YMCA 
1-2, Wesley 1-2-3. 



ROSEMARY DEMPSEY, WAA 1-2- 
3, K-P 1-2-3, Newman 1-2-3 
WALTER DENGEL, Kappa Sigma Chi 
1-2-3; PATRICIA DEVINE, Phi Al- 
pha Alpha 3, Newman 1-2-3; MARIE 
DICKERHOOF, Math 2. 



WERNER DICKSON, Gym Team 2- 
3, Wrestling 3, Delta Phi Sigma 2-3, 
Biology 1, HPE 1-2-3; PEG DIETZ 
Home Ec. 3; DONNELLY DILTZ, Sig- 
ma Tou Gamma 1-2-3; HARRY 
DINSMORE, Commerce 3. 




CHARLES CLARK, Alpha Phi 
Beta 3; EUGENE CLARK, Math 3; 
MARGARET CLARK, WAA 3, 
HPE 3, Women's League 3; 
JEANNE CLAYPOOLE, Theatre 1- 
2-3, Cardinal Key 3, Home Ec. 
1-2-3, Wesley 1-2-3, WAA 1, 
Alpha Psi Omega 3. 

KENNETH COLE, Kent Stater 3; 
VIRGIL COLE; BETTY COMBS, 
WAA 1, Theatre 3, Radio 2; 
BOB COOK, Duchess 2, Student 
Senate 2-3, Newman 1-2-3, Stu- 
dent Council 2-3, Interfraternity 
Council 2, Kappa Mu Kappa 1 • 
2-3. 



JOE COSCIA, Commerce 3, Phi 
Beta Phi 3; BETTY COVEN, Moth 
3, Radio 3, Science 3; JANE 
COWELL, Alpha Psi Omega 3; 
DeWITT COX, YMCA 1-2-3, 
Counselor 3. 



ELLEN CRAFT, WAA 3, K-P 3; 
FRED CRAWFORD, Track 2-3; 
WILLIAM CROPLEY, Engineers, 
1-2-3, Alpha Phi Beta 1-2-3; 
MILTON CROSS, Delta Phi Sigma 
2-3. 



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HOWARD DOEHLA, Duchess 3, 
MADGE DOLLY, Messiah 3; SARA 
DOMER, Theatre 3, Home Ec. 3, YW 
CA 3; JEAN DOUGLASS, Math 2-3, 
French 2. 



JEANNE DRENKHAM, WAA 3, 
Glee Club 3, Music 3; STANLEY 
DRONGOWSKI, Football 3, Baseball 
2-3, Varsity K 3; ROSELLA DULL, 
Glee Club 3, Music 3, Choir 3; DORIS 
DUSENBERRY, Glee Club 3, Orches- 
tra 3, Music 3. 



PETER DZIANA, CHARLES EAR- 
HART, Industrial Arts 1-2-3, HPE 1- 
2-3; CARL ELLIS, Delta Phi Sigma 
3, Commerce 3, Chestnut Burr 3; 
ROBERT ELWOOD, Phi Beta Phi 3, 
YMCA 1-2-3, Newman 3, Theatre 
1 -2, Track 2. 



DEAN EPLEY, Theotre 2, Kappa 
Delta Pi 3; EMILY EPPS, WAA 2, 
Wesley 2, Theatre 3, Radio Work- 
shop 3; ROBERT ERICKSON, French 
3, Student Senate 3; CARROLL 
ERNSBERGER, Alpha Phi Beta 3. 




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MABEL ESPING, WAA 1-2-3, HPE 
3, YWCA 1-2-3; CARL ESSIG, YM 
CA 3; JEAN EVANS, WAA 1-2, 
Home Ec- 1 -2-3, Pi Kappa Sigma 2- 
3, Theatre 1-2-3, YWCA 1-2; ROB- 
LEY EVANS, Theatre 3, Radio Work- 
shop 3. 



MIKE FEDUNIAK, Football 3, 
Basketball 3, Baseball 3; EILEEN 
FENTON, WAA 3, Theatre 3; EMMY 
FERENCHAK; GINO FERRINI, Science 
3. 



VIRGINIA FITCH, Theatre 3; 
FRANKLYN FLEDER, Baseball 3; 
GEORGE FLEISCHER, Stater 1-2-3, 
Chestnut Burr 1-2-3, Alpha Phi Beta 
1-2-3, Blue Key 3, Chi Pi 2-3; 
DAVID FLYNN, Sigma Tau Gamma 
2-3, 



LENORA ERASE, Home Ec. 1-2-3, 
Wesley 1-2-3, Off-Campus 3; CLYDE 
FRIAR, Stater 1-2-3, Chestnut Burr 
2 French 2-3, Biology 1, Chi Pi 2-3, 
Alpha Phi Beta 2-3; ROBERT FRY, 
Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3, HPE 3, 
Swimming 2-3; HELEN FURCOLOW, 
YWCA 3, Newman 3, WAA 3, Psy- 
chology 3. 



LOWELL GATTS, YMCA 3; DOR- 
OTHY GERBER, Wesley 1-2, YWCA 
1 Commerce 3; DOROTHY GIALE- 
l'iS Radio Workshop 3; SHIRLEY 
GILES, K-P 3. 



WILLIAM GILLIES, Football 2, 
Tennis 2, HPE 3, Varsity K 3, Kappa 
Mu Kappa 3, STANLEY GLOSS, YM 
CA 3- RAY GOODWIN, Commerce 3, 
Glee Club 3, Band 2; JAMES GOR- 
DON, Commerce 3. 



CHARLES GOSHEN, YMCA 3; 
LORETTA GREENISEN, Duchess 1; 
DORIS GREGORY; JO ANN HACHA, 
Beta Gamma 2-3, Theatre 1, YWCA 
1. WAA 1-2. 



CONNIE HAGAN, HPE 1-2-3, 
WAA 1-2, Duchess 2, YWCA 3, 
Newman 1-2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 1-2-3; BETTY 
HALSEY, WAA 2-3, Wesley 2, Com- 
merce 2; JEWELL HARDMAN, Stater 
1 International Relations 3, Pi Kap- 
pa Delta 1-2-3, Theatre 1, Varsity 
Debate 1-2-3; WARREN HARLAN, 
Stater 1 , Sociology 3. 




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DELLA HARMS, HPE 1-2-3, WAA 
1-2-3; ALICE HARSHA, Math 2-3; 
DON HAWLEY, Sigma Tau Gamma 
1-2-3, Band 1-2-3; CLEMENTINE 
HAYNE. 



MARY ELLEN HAYES, Glee Club 
1-2-3, Music 3, French 1, Theatre 2, 
Radio Workshop 2-3, Alpha Psi 
Omega 3; MARY HAZEN, Duchess 3, 
Art 3, Gamma Sigma Phi 1 -2-3; 
JANETTE HEATH, Gamma Sigma Phi 
1-2-3, Home Ec. 2; VERNON HEI- 
CHEL, Varsity K 3, Football 2-3, 
Basketball 1. 



HELEN HEINZ, Home Ec. !-2-3; 
W LLIAM F.ENRY, Industrial Arts 
2-,i; HENRY HERBERT, Delta Phi 
Sigma 2-3; JOHN HIGGINS, Psychol- 
ogy 2-:!, International Relations 3. 



LEONARD HILL, Delta Phi Sigma 
2-3, Delta Kappa Psi 3, Commerce 
2-3, YMCA 3, Wesley 1-2-3, Blue 
Key 3; MARJORIE HINE, WAA 1-2- 
3, HPE 1-2-3, Sociology 1-2-3, Bi- 
ology 1-2-3, Beta Gamma 1-2-3; 
BILL HODGE; JUNE HOFFMEYER, 
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GLADYS JACOBS, Home Ec. 1, 
Biology 2; MILDRED JACOBS, K-P 
3; MARJORIE JACOT, Debate 1-2-3, 
Pi Kappa Delta 1-2-3, Wesley 1-2- 
3; ELEANOR JAMISON, Home Ec. 3, 
Band 2-3, Off-Campus 3. 



HELEN JANUS, YWCA 1-2, WAA 
1-2, Newman 1-2-3, Psychology 3, 
Phi Alpha Alpha 3; DONA JOHN- 
SON, Duchess 2, Gamma Sigma Phi 
2-3; RICHARD JOHNSON, Gym 
Team 3. Swimming 3; TOM KANE, 
Industrial Arts 3, Swimming 2-3. 



EILEEN KARNOSH, Home Ec. 1-2- 
3, WAA 2-3, HPE 3, Pi Kappa Sig- 
ma 3; CHARLES KASIK, Kappa Sig- 
ma Chi 3, Commerce 3; HAZEL KEL- 
LY, Beta Gamma 2-3, WAA 1-2-3, 
HPE 1-2-3, Theatre 1, YWCA 1 ; 
WILLIAM KENNEDY, Newman 3. 



RUTH KEPPLER, K-P 1-2-3, 
Theatre 1-2-3, Gamma Sigma Phi 
1-2-3; DICK KERCKHOFF, Interna- 
tional Relations 3, Stater 3, Tennis 2; 
RUDY KIFFOR, Kappa Sigma Chi 3, 
Science 3; RICHARD KILBOURNE, 
Biology 3, Football 2-3, Basketball 
2-3. 




DOROTHY HOLMES, K-P 3, YW 
CA 3; EMMA HOLMES, Art 3, 
Women's League 3, WALT HOLMS, 
Duchess 2, Varsity Golf 2-3, Kappa 
Sigma Chi 1-2-3, Science 3; FRED 
HULZHAUSER, Math 3, Biology 3, 
Alpha Phi Beta 3. 



EVELYN HOOVER, Kent Stater I- 
2-3; MARGARET HORTON, Wesley 
1, Glee Club 1-2-3, Music 1-2-3; 
DOROTHY HOSTETTLER, Art 1-2-3, 
Home Ec. 2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, Stu- 
dent Council 1 -2-3, Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma 1-2-3, Cardinal Key 3; WILLIAM 
HUDEC, Kappa Sigma Chi 2-3. 



LOIS HUTTER, Wesley 1-2-3 
Home Ec. 1-2-3, WAA 2, Biology 2 
KAY HROMYAK, Home Ec. 2-3, 
WAA 2-3, Newman 2-3, Theatre 2- 
3, Beta Gamma 2-3; IRENE HUNT, 
Theatre 3, Commerce 3; MILDRED 
HUNT, YWCA 3, WAA 1-2-3. 



LINDA HYPPA, Glee Club 3; 
JEANETTE IRVIN, Music 3, Band 3; 
RICHARD IRWIN; DONALD ISA- 
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ROBERT LEE; ANTON LEJSEK, 
Football 2-3, Wrestling 3, Track 2-3, 
Swimming 2, HPE 1-2-3; MEADE 
LETTS, Pi Gamma Mu 3; EDWARD 
LEWIS, Industrial Arts 3, HPE 3, 
Football 3, Track 3. 



ROSALYN LIGHTMAN, Theatre 3, 
Off-Campus 3; BETTY LINE, WAA 
1-2-3, HPE 1-2-3, Radio Workshop 
2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, Alpha Omega 1- 
2-3, Alpha Psi Omega 3; NELSON 
LLEWELLYN, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 
2, Wesley 2-3, Industrial Arts 2-3; 
GEORGE LOGAN, Student Senate 3. 



EDWARD LOOMIS; LEONARD 
LUCK, Commerce 3; JOHN MAC- 
DONALD, YMCA 3, Choir 3; WAL- 
LACE McBANE, Industrial Arts 3, 
Wesley 3. 



ROSS McCAFFERTY, Sigma Tau 
Gamma 2-3, Commerce 3, Newman 
3; BILL McCUNE, Delta Phi Sigma 3, 
Delta Kappa Psi 3; CHARLENE Mc- 
FETRIDGE, K-P 1-2, Theatre 3; 
CAY McGOWAN, Newman 1-2-3, 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, Commerce 3, 
Theatre 2. 




HARRY KILBY, Kappa Sigma Chi 
1-2-3, Art 3; DOROTHY K1ME, 
Music 1-2-3, Band 3; GENE KIRK- 
PATRICK, YWCA 1-2-3, Commerce 
3, WAA 1 -2; EVERETT KLONTZ, 
Orchestra 1-2-3. 



CHARLOTTE ANN KNIGHT, 
Theatre 1 -2-3, Glee Club 1 , Music 
1-2, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1-2-3; 
JANICE KOONS, Home Ec. 1-2-3, 
WAA 1-2; MAXINE KOPP, Phi Al- 
pha Alpha 3, Band 2-3; JOHN KOR- 
ECKY, Baseball 1-2. 



CHARLENE KREIGHBAUM, YWCA 
1-2-3, Senate 3; NEVA KRUPP, 
WAA 1, Pi Kappa Sigma 2-3; VIL- 
MA KRUSKO, Newman 1-2-3; RAY- 
MOND LADD. 



WILLIAM C. LAKIOS, Psychology 
3, YMCA 3; JOSEPH LE CHAIX, 
Delta Phi Sigma 1-2-3, HPE 2-3, 
Basketball 2-3; MARIANNA LED- 
BETTER, Stater 3; ROBERT LEDBET- 
TER, Stater 3. 



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STANLEY McGRAIL, Art 1-2-3, 
YMCA 2-3; WILLIAM McKIBBEN; 
PETRYNA MALYK, Home Ec. 3; 
PETER MANYO, Stater 2, Newman 
3, Student Senate 3, Sigma Tou 
Gamma 2-3, Counsellor 3. 



ALICE MARCY, WAA 1-2, Thea- 
tre 1-2-3, Wesley 1-2, YWCA 3; 
VIRGINIA MARTI, Home Ec. 3, Art 
3, Gamma Sigma Phi 3; HAL MAR- 
TIN, Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3, Indus- 
trial Arts 3, HPE 3; RUTH MATTIS, 
Phi Alpha Alpha 1-2, YWCA 1, K-P 
1-2-3. 



HAZEL MIDGLEY, Newman 1-2- 
3, Commerce 3; JOE MILESKI, Foot- 
ball 3, Baseball 3; JEAN MELICK, 
WAA 3, Beta Gamma 3, Wesley 1 -2, 
GERALD MILLER. 



HARRY MILLER; MARJORIE MIL- 
LER, WAA 3, Wesley 1-2-3, Pi Kap- 
pa Sigma 3; MAXINE MILLER, K-P 
1-2-3, YWCA 1, Theatre 2; JOHN 
MINE, Stater 1-2-3, Chi Pi 2-3, 
Sigmo Tau Gamma 2-3. 




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NED MINER, Phi Beta Phi 3, Delta 
Kappa Psi 2-3, YMCA 1-2-3, Com- 
merce 3; ANDREW MITCHELL, Bas- 
ketball 1, HPE 1-2-3; ZANA 
MLCEK, Newman 3; DOROTHY 
MOHR, Phi Alpha Alpha 1-2-3, 
YWCA 3, Pan-Hellenic 3, Wesley 1- 
2-3. 



DOM MONACO, Alpha Phi Beta 
2-3; JEANETTE MORGAN, Home 
Ec. 1 -2-3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 3; 
CARL MORRIS, Kappa Mu Kappa 
2-3, Commerce 3, Stater 2; MADA 
MOSELEY, YWCA 3. 



PAUL MOSHER, Commerce 1-2-3, 
Kappa Mu Kappa 2-3, Newman I- 
2-3; ROBERT MOSHER, Commerce 
2-3, Sigma Tau Gamma 2-3, New- 
man 1-2, Men's Union 3; EUGENE 
MOULTON, Theatre 3, Radio Work- 
shop 3; MARY MULFORD, K-P 3. 



ROBERT MUNNIA, Koppo Sigma 
Chi 3, Biology 3, Commerce 3; 
HELEN MUZIK, Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 
Theatre 3; MARY NICKERSON, 
WAA 2, Theatre 2-3; CONNIE OB- 
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MARY JANE O'BRIEN, WAA 1-2, 
Duchess 3, Gamma Sigma Phi 1-2-3, 
Pan-Hellenic 3, Theatre 1-2-3, Com- 
merce 2-3, Student Senate 3; MAE 
OCHENREIDER, Band 1-2-3, Orches- 
tra 1-2-3, Radio Workshop 2; MARY 
OFFENHAUER, K-P 1-2-3, YWCA 
1-2-3, Wesley 1-2-3; JAMES 
O'HARA, Kappa Mu Kappa 3, New- 
man 3. 

ROSEMARY OHLIGER, WAA 1-2- 
3 HPE 1-2-3, YWCA 1; ALICE 
O'SICKEY, WAA 1, YWCA 1-2, Pi 
Kappa Delta 2-3, Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 
Radio Workshop 3, Newman 1-2-3; 
MARY PATER, Theatre 1-2-3, Radio 

2, WAA 2-3; MARGARET PATTER- 
SON, WAA 2, YWCA 3, Theatre 3, 
Wesley 3. 

ELIZABETH PATTON, YWCA 1- 

3, WAA 2; ELEANOR PATRICK, 
WAA 1-2-3, Women's League 1-2- 
3; DOROTHY PEARSON, YWCA 3; 
JOHN PENTZ, Kappa Sigma Chi 3, 
Men's Union 3, Interfraternity Coun- 
cil 3. 



FRANK PERCOCO, Newman 2, 
Commerce 2; HELEN PFEIFER, New- 
man 1 -2-3, Theatre 3, Commerce 3, 
Gamma Sigma Phi 3; RAYMOND 
PHILLIPS, Newman 1-2-3, Alpha 
Phi Beta 2-3; MARY POLLOCK, Sig- 
ma Sigma Sigma 3, Home Ec. 3. 




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ROBERT POPE; WALTER POROW- 
SKI, Football 1-2-3, Wrestling 1-2- 
3 Track 1-2-3, HPE 1-2-3, Newman 
r-2-3; FRED PRASSE, Golf 2, Math 
1-2, Biology 2, HPE 2, Blue Key 3, 
Student Council 1-2-3, Interfratern- 
ity Council 2-3, Delta Phi Sigma 2-3; 
JOSEPH PRICE, Basketball 2-3, Var- 
sity K 2-3, Delta Phi Sigma 2-3. 



GERARD PRINZ, Lutherans 1-2- 
3, Psychology 3; EMILY PURNELL; 
AUGUST QUATTROCHI, Stater 3, 
Chi Pi 2-3, YMCA 2-3; DOROTHY 
ANN REESE, WAA 1, YWCA 1. 



WILLARD REYNOLDS, Radio 2-3, 
YMCA 3, Psychology 3, Photography 
3, Engineers 1-2-3, Wesley 1-2-3; 
WILLIAM RICHARDS; JACQUELYN 
RICHNER, French 1-2-3, Psychology 
3, Theatre 2, Chestnut Burr 2; JOHN 
RICKEY, Debate 1-2-3, Pi Kappa 
Delta 2-3, Theatre 1 -3. 



RUTH RICKS, YWCA 2; KEN- 
NETH ROBERTS, Glee Club 2-3, 
Duchess 2; WILLIAM ROBERTS, 
Kappa Mu Kappa 3; HOWARD 
ROBY, Swimming 3, Football 1, Math 
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DOROTHY SCHUMACHER, WAA 
1 . Off-Campus 1 ; ROBERT SCOTT, 
YMCA 3; HAROLD SEARCY, HPE 
3; GEORGE SEWALD, Band 1-2-3. 



ELEANOR SEYMOUR, K-P 1-2-3; 
LOYD SHAHEEN, YMCA 2; MARY 
JANE SHEPARD, WAA 1, Theatre 1- 
2-3, Home Ec. 1, Psychology 3, 
YWCA 1, Band 3; KAY SHRINER, 
HPE 1-2-3, WAA 1-2-3. 



JOHN SHUKE, Commerce 1; DON- 
ALD SINN, Biology 1-2-3, Industrial 
Arts 1-2-3, HPE 1-2-3, YMCA 1-2- 
3, Wrestling 2-3, Gym Team 1 -2, 
Varsity K 3; RICHARD SMETTS; 
DAVID SNYDER, Theatre 1-2-3. 



ELIZABETH SNYDER, Art 3, Wes- 
ley 3; ROBERT SOLOW, Psychology 
2-3, Commerce 2-3, Wesley 1-2-3; 
ELAINE STANGE, Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma 3, Glee Club 2-3; DORIS STAN- 
TON, K-P 3. 




LAWRENCE ROHR, Phi Beta Phi 
3; JAMES ROSE, YMCA 3; THOMAS 
ROSICK, Commerce 3, Newman 3; 
RAY ROZUK, Art 3, Newman 3, 
Theatre 3, Kappa Sigma Chi 3. 



RUTH RUBIN, WAA 2, Theatre 3; 
JOHN RUSSELL; HELEN RYAN, WAA 
3, Glee Club 3, YWCA 3, Pi Kappa 
Sigma 3; JAMES RYBAK, Student 
Council 1-2, Theatre 2-3, Radio 
Workshop 2-3, Duchess 2, Commerce 
2. 



JOE SAVELY, Commerce 3, YMCA 
3; JACK SCHAFER; LEONARD 
SCHAFITZ, Stater 2, Chestnut Burr 
2-3, French 2; HELEN SCHEFFER. 



RENE SCHNEIDER; MARY 
SCHNITZER, YWCA 1, Glee Club 1- 
2-3, Home Ec. 2-3, Wesley 1-2-3; 
WILLIAM SCHNITZER; GERALDINE 
SCHULTZ, K-P 3, YWCA 3. 



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ALEX TORMA, Commerce 3, 
Science 3, Kappa Sigma Chi 3, MAR- 
GARET TOTH, K-P 2-3, Newman 2- 
3, Off-Campus 2-3; HARMON 
TRAXLER, Delta Phi Sigma 3, Base- 
ball 3, Theatre 3. 



ROBERT TRUXELL, Delta Phi Sig- 
ma 3; ARTHUR TURPI, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi 3, Math 3; ROBERT UNTCH. 



RAYMOND VALENTi; JOHN VER- 
BANEK, French 3, Kappa Mu Kappa 
3; FRANK VRSAN, Newman 3. 



ROBERT WALLIS, Psychology 2, 
Biology 2, YMCA 3, Band 3, Orches- 
tra 3, Phi Beta Phi 2-3; I LA 
WARSTLER, WAA 1-2-3, YWCA 
1-2, Orchestra 1-2, HPE 3; JOHN 
WATSON, Football 2, Tennis 2-3, 
Delta Phi Sigma 1-2-3, Varsity K 
2-3, Biology 2-3. 




BILL 5TARN, Football 3, Sigma 
Tau Gamma 3; BILL STEIGLER, Glee 
Club 2; DALE STEWART, Swimming 
2-3. 



ROBERT STOLZER, International 
Relations 3; WILLIAM STUBER, Del- 
ta Phi Sigma 2-3, YMCA 2-3; 
HELEN SWISHER, French 1-2-3, 
WAA 1 , Theatre 1 -2, Bond 1 -2, Beta 
Gamma 2-3. 



GERALDINE SWOPE, La Fe 2, 
Stater 1-2-3, Chestnut Burr 1-2; 
HELEN TALLANT; STARLING TAY- 
LOR. 



ELIZABETH TEUSCHER, WAA 1- 
2, Theotre 1-3, Wesley 1-3, YWCA 
1; JUNE THOMAS, Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma 1-2-3, Chemistry 3, Biology 3, 
Theatre 1-2-3; MARJORIE THOMP- 
SON, WAA 1-2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, 
Biology 1-2, Radio Workshop 2, Al- 
pha Omega 1 -2-3, Alpha Psi Omega 
3. 



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KENNETH WEEDEN, Commerce 3; 
VERNA WEIMER, Home Ec. 1-2-3, 
YWCA 3, Wesley 1-2-3, BERTHA 
MAE WEISS, Band 3, Theatre 2. 



WINONA WEISS, YWCA 1, Home 
Ec. 2-3, WAA 2, Wesley 1-2-3, Or- 
chestra 1-2-3; EDWARD WENHART, 
Industrial Arts 3; TED WERB, New- 
man 3, French 3. 



DORIS WESTON, WAA 1-2, Wes- 
ley 1-2-3, YWCA 1-3, Kappa Delta 
Pi 3; SCOTT WHEELER, Commerce 
3; ELIZABETH WHITE, Gamma Sig- 
ma Phi 2-3. 



CHRISTINA WHITEHEAD, YWCA 
3, WAA 3; OPAL WIGNER, Pi Kappa 
Delta 2-3, Theatre 1-2-3, Radio 
Workshop 3, Glee Club 1; JESSIE 
WILCOX, Home Ec. 1-2-3, Theatre 
2-3, WAA 3. 



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HPE 3, ROGER WILKIN, Wesley 3, 
Industrial Arts 3; ERIC WILLIAMS, 
HPE 3, Industrial Arts 3. 



ROBERT WILLIARD, YMCA 3, Art 
3; BERNIE WILSON, Industrial Arts 
3 HPE 3, Delta Phi Sigma 2-3; ROB- 
ERT WISE, Art 1-2-3. 



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HERBERT WOLFE; EARL WOHL- 
FORD, Math 3; ROMAN WOJNO, 
YMCA 3, Newman 3, Swimming 2-3. 



ARNOLD YELLIN, Psychology 3, 
YMCA 3; ROSE ZDESAR, Newman 3, 
YWCA 3, Pi Kappa Sigma 2-3, Theo- 
tre 3, WAA 2-3; VENUS ZUERCHER. 



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Two sophomore candidates for the Home- 
coming Queen title ushered the class of '43 
into its second year of participation in Uni- 
versity activities. Elisabeth Tucker, Greek 
candidate, polled a leading vote over her 
opponent. Independent Marty Galloway, to 
win the crown. 

First official class act was the election of 
officers Irving Waterbury, president; Helen 
Rothermund, vice-president; Marge Brock, 
secretary; and Marge White, treasurer. At 
later class meetings the sophomores set the 
Sweater Swagger and Soph Hop as the two 
social events of the year. 

Individuals played a large part in the enter- 
tainment and social activities of the class. 
Earl Vacariu continued his duties as master 




IRVING WATERBURY, president; HELEN ROTHER- 
MUND, vice-president; MARGERY BROCK, secretary; 
and MARJORIE WHITE, treasurer. 



of ceremonies at floor shows, dances, and 
talent sessions, while Stan Mouse and Bill 
Guisewite continued their mirth-making by 
writing, directing, and acting in the second 
annual NTFC. President Waterbury captured 
top song spots in the show. Alita Boecker 
was named Miss Chestnut Burr at the Junior 
dance, while Hope Byrne, blonde Gamma Sig 
sophomore, captured the title of Sweetheart 
of Kappa Sigma Chi. 



George Cornell 
Moxine Pettit 
June Smith 
Leo May 

Robert Mosteller 
Virginia Paine 
Ellen Hausrath 
Alfred Palmer 



Arthur Wowro 
Julio Salem 

Helen Janecek 
Richard Amstadt 

Mary Crutchfield 
Jacqueline Thierry 
Jane Dook 

Roberta Petty 



Ed Kubuski 

Velmo Wolrath 
Theto Miller 

Charles Wesley 

Paul Johnson 
Ruth Hozen 

Kathleen Keeley 
Peggy Camplejohn 




Robert Baldwin 
Janet Day 

Carol Gilcrest 
Robert Albert 

Donald Mclntyre 
Charlotte Beech 
Doris Linerode 
Elton Bachman 



John Boesch 

Patricia Siabaugh 
Betty Anne Reider 
Joseph Borton 

Budd Anderson 
Duone Hague 
George Cordeo 
Stanley Collister 



Arne Ahonen 

Irene Merrifield 

Naomi Beam 

Paul Alden 

Don Covonaugh 
Ester Eriksson 
Leona Bishop 
Robert Dawson 

Charles Eichorn 
Dorothy Newman 

Morgoret Biachofsky 
William Krebs 

Robert Kinder 
Norma Mangold 
Rhea Bond 

Norma Baldwin 



George Bayliss 
Norma Bane 
Martha Clark 
Edwin Brodie 

Otis Maxwell 
Janet Dailey 
Betty Breen 

Martin Gordon 

Dave Edgerton 
Charles Eyster 
Anton Katrick 
Robert Klein 



Leiand Pearson 
Enolo Christian 
Elisabeth Tucker 
Frank Petee 



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Clyde Rutherford 
Barbara Geist 

Rosalie Christian 
James Shannon 

Chester Bania 

Robert Gallegher 
Robert Drews 
Arthur Baldwin 

Charles Ayres 
Stanley Mouse 
Jean Pentland 
Bill Guisewite 

William Horbaly 
Dorothy Stamps 
Betty Wanamaker 
Don Harris 



Linus Orr 

Josephine Shipton 
Janet Caldwell 
Sam Miller 

Vaughn Smith 

Jean Marie Johnston 
Joyce Hanan 
Marilyn Miller 

William Jones 
Jane Higgins 
Agnes Bowles 
Jack Gehrman 

John Hall 
Etta Poo re 
Juliana Roth 

Mary Sonnenlitter 



Don Walker 
Helen Sacco 

A. Van Hyning 
Bruno Santone 

Louise Wolf 

Jean Diefenbach 
Dorothy Hull 

Elfreda Wachcic 

Roman Wojno 
Jack Rogers 
Carl Smith 
Albert Boden 

Ben Dowding 
Dorothy Madar 
Johanna Korosec 
Karl Biales 




Dale Deniston 

Stella Buyarowicz 

Margaret Durflinger 
David Donald 

Robert Deal 
Evelyn Ellis 

Pouline Watson 
Orvis Stamm 

Virginia Dunmire 
Velma Andrews 
Josephine Dogg 
Eleanor Douglas 

Kenneth Williams 
Dora Strong 

Molly Rongone 
Helen Steiner 



Fred Huffman 
Metta Himes 
Jean Bosworth 
George Condos 

Louis Toth 
Ted Tucker 
Musser Bohn 
Dole Gonyord 

Robert Roymond 

Mary Helen Oldham 
Arlene Fenn 
Jock Evans 

Warren Gerber 
Delia Donaldson 
Virginia Dewitt 
Fred Brigeman 



Earl Stanley 

Robert Stocking 
Kathryn Eriewin 
Dole Hostettler 

Frank Crofoot 
Norman Fetzer 
John Kelly 

William Taylor 

William Diday 
Jane Hand 

Joanne Borofka 
Achille Coniglia 

Lorin Correll 
Anita Folk 
Jean Adams 
Paul Flad 



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Jeanette Happoldt 
Betty Tuskey 
William Shafer 

Clarence Bergdorf 
Henrietta Carrell 
Pauline Foote 
Bernard Jacoby 

Tula Andrews 
Goldie Gerber 
Elaine Harvey 
Bea Shaheen 

Louise Hole 

Elaine Freedland 
Blanch Ann Jones 
Genevieve Fox 



Carlos Wible 

Mariesto MacDonald 
Jeon Dunlap 
Charles Riley 

Wayne Seroy 
Margaret Lewis 

Marjorie Garthwaite 
Karl Schmutzler 

John Guinter 
Doris Williams 
Ruth Foster 

William Phelps 

Robert Weimer 
Marilyn French 
Virginia Hedeen 
Louis Simone 



Wayne Conner 
Marjorie Balder 
Robin Keith 

Thomas Connelly 

Peggy Fike 

Valeria Moser 

Margaret Schuller 
Helen Fitzgerald 

Ivah Bates 

Frances Haley 
Martha Gibson 
Ruth Epperson 

Helen Dumyak 
Marilyn Mitten 
Eva Medved 




Hattle Phoenix 
Jessie Smith 

John Parker 

Hugh Soltsman 
John Paulich 

William Schenz 

Dorothy Lynn 
Jane Edwards 
Louise Boehm 
Dorothy Adams 

Arnold Moyher 
Marjorie Long 
Shirley Sacks 
Russell Hill 



Jim Oberholtz 
Myra Hilsinger 
Frances Wrenn 
Ann Stadtler 

Ralph Church 
Alita Boecker 
Elaine Everett 
Wesley Stewart 

Tom Barnes 
Virginia Klier 

Dorothy Hamilton 
Earl Vacariu 

Peter Szemersky 
Connie Waldo 
Jane Stringer 

Robert Patterson 



Lorren Pyle 
Ed Zink 

Charles Jerles 
Arden Brake 

Lars Ekiund 
Edna Belcher 
Carol Sayers 

William Patterson 

Ester Zimmerman 
Frances Keyser 

Virginia Steinhauser 
Paul Brubaker 

Charles Richards 
Evelyn Rowles 
Shirley Millmon 
Ernest Tobin 



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Harvey Reger 
Alice Clawson 

Helen Rothermund 
Clarence Cole 

Jeanne Altman 
Louis Hrabco 

Gertrude Helma 
Charles Deitle 

Lucille Grunder 
Thomas Butler 
Viola Amon 
Ruth Clark 

Morgoret Davis 
May Davis 

Agnes Cornett 
Paul Brown 



Evan Wolcott 
Elaine Evans 
Jean Brokaw 

Robert Speicher 

Harold Thwaite 
Frances Allen 
Mildred Cone 

Donald Cunningham 

Dorothy Duvoll 
Marjorie Brown 
Polly Niarchas 

Mary C. Eichenlaub 

Bonnie Wood 

Martha Galloway 
B. J. Leadenham 
Louis Alstott 



Rose Marie Both 
Elfreda French 
Barbara Welton 
Beatrice Wright 

Guerdon Edgar 
Evelyn Brainord 
Betty Brainord 
Robert Culver 

George Seigman 
Jane Schwartz 
Ruth Schwartz 

Virgil Cole 

Norma Quimby 
Jeanne Chapman 
Thelma Bryson 
Rosemary Block 




Ermand Miller 
Emma Oncu 

Polly Ann Queen 
Lucille Daprano 

Robert Williams 
Blossom McCall 
Richard Walther 
Richard Shively 

Hope Byrne 

Jean Anderson 
Betty Shardine 
Goyle Memmer 

Marian Saelens 
Nellie Nolle 

Dorothy Strain 

Joseph Warburton 



Russell Sheriff 

Marjorie Chadwich 
Jane Schmiedel 
Roy Mohler 

Richard Schmidt 
Ruth Kodow 

Helen Ann McCarthy 
Paul Hafer 

Bill McPhail 
Mary Bozzo 

Carolynne Kubino 

Genevieve Swearengin 

William Stevens 

Amelia Petrenchak 



Eugene McCord 
Lois Youtzy 

Theodore Jikutz 
Will Adams 

Jack Lineham 
Roy Gilbert 

Linnea Soukkonen 
Jack Boyd 

Constontine Sintetos 
Eileen Harper 
Bettie Morris 
Helen Lord 

Jean Robinson 
Kitty Liptak 



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Carl Fox 
Viola Cole 

Stephie Jicha 
Al Von Auker 

Paul Koch 

Saralee Stubbs 
Helen Elliott 
Bob Hammond 

Bob Loesch 

La Verne Francis 
Virginia Allison 

Harold Hershkowitz 

John Kormos 

Suzanne Martin 
Esther Lanza 
Ralph Farson 



Gerhart Liebert 
Jean Knoderer 
George Williams 
Dale Ritzman 

Dick McGinnis 
Marvin Oswald 
David Kemppel 
Ray Glenn 

Loel Shook 

Virginia Stoner 
Virginia Dick 
Eugene Wise 

Charles Carr 

Pollyanna Pozniko 
Margaret Maruskin 
Walter Haines 



Russ Simpson 
Robert Helman 
Robert Brust 

Wood McMasters 

John Pratt 

Dorothy McClelland 

Alyce Simmons 

John West 

Arthur Moon 

C. Kuchenbacker 
Eleanor Trapp 
Carl Melton 

Robert Williams 
Joan Smith 

Loretta Kramer 
Fremont Woolcott 




Catherine Hoffman 
Jane Underhill 
Mary Mehl 
Doris Ringler 

John Solisbury 
Anne Puz 

Yvonne Horton 
Dole Hawk 

Robert Leiman 
Ruth Krichbaum 
Mary Krichbaum 
George Reitz 

John Hale 

Wanda Baynes 

Arlene Chamberlain 
Gerard Prinz 



Phyllis Sohn 

Margaret Wright 
Ruth Snyder 

Elizabeth Litzel 

Salem George 
Margie Brown 
Geraldine Skora 
Russell Williard 

Phelps Snyder 

Margaret Glickler 
Ruth Renz 

Robert Schneider 

Carl Rinto 

Madeleine Townsend 
Louise Bjorson 

Leonard Silverstein 



Robert Woodhouse 
Lillian Hunter 
Beryl McHugh 
Wilfred Scarem 

Gene Glass 
Jane Shook 
Sara Ankrom 
Carl Thomas 

George Krebs 
B. J. Kessler 
Dorothy Porter 
John Thornton 

John McDonald 
Doris Myers 
Helen Tweed 

Kingsley Hazen 



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Frank Chapman 
Harry Reynolds 
Lois Colley 

George Schader 



Jimmy Large 
Russ Hawkins 
Richard Arthurs 
Mickey Dover 



Joe Kilgrove 
Nina Plasman 
Audrey Lebold 
James Mitchell 



James Jones 

Margaret Allen 
Jacqueline Miller 
Jack Petit 



Joe Hart 

Louise Fagley 

Morjorie Frankhauser 
Joe Cirincione 



Sidney Marvin 
Martha Harper 
Marcia Johnson 
John Reid 



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Doin Clay 

Eula Marquis 

Margaret Benson 
Winnie Wells 



Robert Stadelman 
Lois Wolf 

Mary Montgomery 
William Roberts 



Nick Stanfar 
Cora Wilson 
Gloria Moss 

William Carlson 



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James Rarick 
Mary Martin 
Helen Durkott 
Carl Richardson 



Dick Clark 

Shirley Feicht 
Betty Hulbert 
Dale Cotton 



Helen Little 

Peggy Bracken 
Mary Weimer 
Oliver Laughlin 



Scheffel Pierce 

Roberta Van Court 
Charles McWilliams 
Bernard Aranoff 



Ralph Engel 
Marian Porter 
Mary Ann Popa 
William Mural 



Eileen Wuchter 
Maria Mannino 
Dean Davis 



Elgie Dinsmore 
Helen Schneider 
Beatrice Susskind 
Robert Fetterman 



Ronald Rongone 
Kay Suits 

Betty Campbell 
Bernie Harris 



Frank Phillips 
Lillian Serknis 
Lorene Smith 
Alfred Mellor 



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Shy and backward but determined, the "greenies" arrived in mid- 
September and rapidly established themselves as one of the most progressive 
groups ever to storm KSU's rolling hills. 

The social whirligig began with the satirical farce, "The Whole Town's 
Talking". In quick succession followed the colorful "Dink's Debut" and 
a bus trip to Cuyahoga Falls, for the University frosh's first "theatre" party. 

Highlight of a successful year was the Spring Semi-Formal, featured 
by the Freshman Prince and Princess presentations. 

Officers for the year were Raymond Gallagher, president; Donald Harris 
and Kenneth Davis, vice presidents; Virginia Gresham, secretary; and Todd 
Branson and Robert Huxtable, treasurers. 




H TODD BRANSON, 
treasurer 

DONALD HARRIS, 
vice president 

VIRGINIA GRESHAM, 
secretary 

RAYMOND M. GALLAGHER, 
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University students shifted glances only seven miles from Kent 
for their 1940 Homecoming Queen, Miss Elisabeth Tucker of Cuya- 
hoga Foils. "Tuck's" clever and congenial ways won her the support 
of the whole student body; in April she was elected president of her 
sorority. 




When music failed, versatile "Tuck" turned on the 
personality gleam — but to no avail, as Fido, interest 
waning, disregarded even the best attempts of his 
mistress to cheer him up. 




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Candid of a happy trio, and none 
more so than radiant Ruth Lea as 
she appears at the height of coron- 
ation ceremonies at the 1940 foot- 
ball prom. 




Kent State's toughest football squad tackled a blonde beauty for their 
Pigskin Prom Queen this year. A senior in the college of education, Ruth 
Lea is from Cuyahoga Falls. She enjoys being known as an exceptionally 
aood cook. 



PIGSKIN PROM 



Books and beauty down the 
Moulton walk on o sunny after- 
noon — and you have the Uni- 
versity's typical girl, in typical 
dress, in a typical scene. 




Credit Edison, Ohio, for your most typical University woman for 1941, 
Hazel Kelly, Miss Kent State. A junior in education. Miss Kelly is 
prominent in women's athletics, particularly swimming. She is said never 
to have used make-up over her natural beauty until becoming a candidate 
tor the campus' top queenship. 



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Over 800 students cast January votes this year 
to elect petite, dimpled Miss Alita Boecker first 
annual Queen of the Chestnut Burr, A liberal arts 
sophomore from Melrose, Mass., the Queen is un- 
affiliated on the compus, never before having run 
for any University position. 



The Qusen was presented 
out of a 15-foot CHESTNUT 
BURR after a delayed inter- 
mission during the Junior class 
informal on Friday, January 24. 




MISS MARJORIE DAUBENSPECK 
Alpha Omega 




MISS ROBIN KEITH 
Theta Sigma Upsilon 



<4 HONOR 



MISS MARJORIE THOMPSON 
Alpha Omega 




MISS MARJORIE MILLER 
Pi Kappa Sigma 



M AY QUEEN 




Victorious over nine other University 
beauties. Dona Johnson, Kent junior, was 
chosen Queen of the May by the trio of 
Cleveland artists who acted as judges on 
Friday afternoon. May 9. Her election was 
held secret until Campus Night, one week 
later. 

Miss Johnson is enrolled in the college 
of education, and is a member of Gamma 
Sigma Phi sorority. Runners-up for the 
crown, selected as attendants, were sopho- 
mores Elaine Harvey of Cleveland and 
Beatrice Wright of Brecksville. 



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JIMMY JONES, Delta Phi Siguni — his campaign manager was worried 

because somebody tore down his 
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KAY MALONEY, Sigma Sigma Sigma — won her battle while on 

crutches as a result of an 
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WILLIAM SCHRAEGLE 
Editor-in-chief 



LEONARD KRAMEL 
Business Manager 



Chief staff photographer LEONARD SCHAFITZ gets the lowdown from 
the chief. Many of Len's happiest hours during 1940-41 were spent In 
conferences such as this. 



BURR 



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PUTTING a large university yearbook to- 
gether is a lot of fun, plus a few head- 
aches and a bit of work. Now that it is 
done, however, we look back over the year 
and count it off as one of the best we've ever 
spent. 



Those connected with the 1941 BURR 
would like here gratefully to acknowledge the 
guidance given them in the publication of this 
book, most particularly the timely and helpful 
suggestions of George Betts, supervisor of stu- 
dent publications. 



Junior editors George Fleischer and Lindy Borch with 

senior editor Winona Eyre. 
Sports editor Bob Kenyon and assistant Matt Fenn with 

stenographer Tom Bates. 
Staff photographers Ruth Sivon and Herman David. 
Freshman editor Floyd Thorne with sophomore editors 

Shirley Socks and Frank Petee. 



Speech editor John Powell with Greek editor Bob Seese 
and club editor Jack Harris. 

Business staff photographer Jack Fowler with stenog- 
rapher Janet Foltz and advertising manager Harold 
Murphy. 

Business staff ossistants Helen Rothermund, Betty Bunell, 
and Roberta Petty with advertising assistant Joe 
Marg. 





GEORGE FLEISCHER 
editor, second semester 



BETTY CRAMPTON 
editor, first semester 



JULES BOGNAR 
business manager 



STATER 



INAUGURATING a system of electing a new editor for each semester, 
the University committee on publications this year named Betty Cramp- 
ton, senior, and George Fleischer, junior, to direct the activities of 1940- 
41 Kent Stater. 

Strict deadlines and a rigidly-organized, hard-working staff gave the al- 
ways-crowded Stater office the atmosphere of a metropolitan newspaper's 
city room. One of the few Ohio college daily newspapers, the Stater was 
published Tuesday through Friday. 

A staff of editors including Gus Chigges, John Mine, Lindy Barch, Bob 
Kenyon, and Earl Vacariu directed daily activities from the city desk slot. 
Merry Allen and Kenneth Cole edited society and sports copy. 

Editorial positions were limited to upperclassmen. Students recognized 
with tuition scholarships by the committee on publications were named city 
editors. 



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Newspapermen . . . what 
better tribute could be paid 
this quortet of journalists who 
were responsible for the in- 
numerable columns of news- 
print that kept students ac- 
curately Informed during a 
hectic and active first semester. 
Pictured are George Fleischer, 
crty editor; Gus Chigges, sports 
editor; John Mine, city editor; 
and Lindy Borch, society editor. 
Busy telephone, paper-laden 
typewriter, and wadded copy 
poper tell a realistic story. 



Earl Vocoriu and Bob Kenyon 
smile over an Item as they pre- 
pare their dolly column, "As 
We See It." For two years, day 
in-doy out they "Winchelled" 
the campus with the most 
widely-read Stater column, 
iteming during this time over 
3,000 Individual students. 
August Quattrochi, short-term 
sports editor, goes over the 
paper's "eddy" policy with 
Merry Allen, society head. 
Quattrochi also edits the school 
of iournalism house-organ. 
Jargon, while Miss Allen's so- 
cial column was the sorority 
bible. 



The personnel of the second- 
semester staff still listed the 
names of Gus Chigges, Lindy 
Barch, and John Mine. This 
trio, together with Bob Kenyon, 
Earl Vocoriu, and Kenneth Cole, 
was the big gun In on attack 
that fired over 1,000,000 words 
through the copy desk this year. 
Chigges was elevated to city 
editor, OS was Miss Barch, when 
George Fleischer became head 
man. 



At the financial end of the 
Stater sat Business Manager 
Jules Bognor. He was an old 
bond at the gome, having held 
the purse-strings of the Duchess 
the previous year. Here he Is 
with his ad-getting staff of 
Bill Mock, Al Geitgey, Charles 
Hollowoy, Sherman Miner, and 
Bob Ledbetter, advertising man- 
ager. Bognar also tried his 
hand at the editorial end with 
a column about recordings 
called "Melting the Wax". 



DUCHESS 




NATALIE FLOERSHEIMER 
editor 



HOWARD TIFFT 
business manager 



This was a boom year for the aristocratic old lady, the "Duchess of 
Kent", guiding light of the monthly campus humor magazine. 

Looking through her lorgnette, she sow a circulation increase of 200 
per cent and an advertising gain of 300 per cent for the magazine. 

Many new policies were initiated throughout 1941. Sponsoring a 
student date bureau, awarding a cup for the largest number of subscriptions 
secured by any Greek organization, and honoring outstanding men and 
women "of the month" were but a few of the Duchess' extra-curricular 
activities. 



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Columnists Bob Kenyon, half of the "famed" Ken- 
yon-Vacariu daily scoop team, and Bill Raines, frosh 
writer, talk shop with Editor Natalie Floersheimer and 
assistant Mary Jane O'Brien. A quick glance and the 
movie-like effect has added John Darrow. 

Charlie Ayres, Dave Donald, Howard "High-Pressure" 
Doehia, and Business Manager Howard Tifft map out 
an ad campaign — we doubt if the background is the 
result. Bob Huxtable tells the one the Duchess forgot 
and Bob Raful, Ayres, and William Schnitzer force in- 
lured laughter. 




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Sleep-walking Alice lMar|orie Thompson) hold; stage center v/hile the Hotel Universe cast is awed 
into silence. Her trance-like statements reveal an unknown love for Norman (Bob Zimmerman) to an amused 
audience. 




PROFESSOR E. TURNER STUMP, 
Director 



In looking bock over the year's footlights and grease paint come 
reminiscences of an outstanding year in theatre productions. Arduous 
rehearsals, painstaking efforts of stage crews, and the exacting work of 
directors Stump and Hansen mode each play a finished performance. The 
tense excitement of those hours between 7 and 12, when lines were read 
and cues were missed, now takes its place among the highlighted moments 
of the actor's year. 

When the final curtain brought down the drops for "Uncle Tom's Cabin", 
this year had seen the production of four exceptional plays. Barry's psycho- 
logical study of personalities in "hlotel Universe", the Pulitzer prize-winning 
"Abe Lincoln in Illinois", and the old patriotic "The Melting Pot" have made 
dramatic history at Kent. The spotlight of the year's memories focuses 
upon the work of Bill Guisewite as the Rabbi in "The Melting Pot"; the 
major portrayals of transfer Robley Evans; Gene Moulton's splendid inter- 
pretation of Abe Lincoln; and Shirley Sack's Lily Malone, Bill Leever's Pat 
Farley, and Opal Wigner's Ann in "Hotel Universe". 



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THEATRE 




Not more champagne, 
only butler Rene Schneider 
interrupting philosophical 
Stephen IRobley Evans) to 
announce the time to the 
Hotel Universe cast. 



Bare knees and saddle 
shoes punctuate on un- 
dressed rehearsal during 
studied entrances to Hotel 
Universe. 



Final scene for "Abe 
Lincoln" finds Washington- 
bound Abe (Gene Moulton) 
and family saying goodbye 
to "beloved Illinois neigh- 
bors". 



Climaxing on outstanding 
performance, Moulton, look- 
ing skyward, touches emo- 
tional depths under the final 
curtain of "Abe Lincoln". 



THEATRE Continued 




The aged Frau Quixono 
(Shirley Sacks) pronounces 
final blessings on grandson 
James Muzzy in the year's 
first play, "The Melting Pot." 



Rabbi Bill Guisewite assists 
his enfeebled and senile mother 
to her room during the third 
act of "The Melting Pot." 



New York's painted skyline 
gets a new version from James 
Muzzy to Countess Revendal 
(Opal Wigner) in the last few 
moments of the play. 



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RAD 



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Conceiving the idea of a radio workshop a year ago, a few interested 
individuals under the direction of G. Harry Wright remodeled a gloomy 
storeroom in Kent hall into a makeshift broadcasting studio. Here original 
radio scripts were rehearsed before their final performance over Akron 
stations. Now, a year later. Director Capuder claims that Kent's new work- 
shop is as well equipped as any broadcasting station with which he has had 
experience. The pride of the school of speech, the workshop ranks as one 
of the nation's outstanding training grounds for future radio performers. 

This year has seen the broadcast of more than forty original plays, 
readings, discussions, and skits over radio stations WAKR (Akron), WHBC 
(Canton) , and WGAR (Cleveland) . Outstanding in their work on the 
technical or production staff have been G. Blair Sheers, Frances Koole, 
June Davidson, Robley Evans, Gene Moulton, Tony Piraino, E. Lenard Silver- 
stein, Dorothy Gialalis, and more than twenty others who have helped to 
make the Kent State workshop programs. 



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BAND 





ROY D. METCALF 
Director 



The sixty-piece University marching band increased twofold — both in 
membership and prestige — this year when it combined with the newly formed 
forty-piece coed band to form one of the most colorful marching combina- 
tions in the country. Akron's Rubber Bowl was the site of the combined 
band's initial performance (above), where they gained state recognition for 
novelty marching formations. 

At the end of the football season, Director Roy Metcalf reorganized the 
two marching bands into an eighty-piece concert band. John Salomone, 
junior, was president of the band, while Milan Stocking acted as marching 
sergeant. 



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With Director Kenneth Byler making his debut in Kent State musical 
circles, the University Orchestra this year made a definite bid to become 
the most populor musical organization on the campus. 

Sparked by two major concerts, the orchestra's activities centered about 
musical presentations at the University. The first concert was presented 
in the auditorium on November 27 with Fred Denker, head of the school of 
music, as guest soloist. The second was given during National Music Week. 

Membership in the 45-piece orchestra is gained through tryouts held 
at the beginning of the year. 




KENNETH BYLER 
Director 




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Sixty University women make up the select Women's Glee club, which this 
year presented three musical programs. The final program of the year, 
with Elfleda Littlejohn as conductor, was given during National Music Week 
in collaboration with the Training School Children's chorus. 

The Men's Glee club, conducted by Bruce C. Hondley, includes 35 Uni- 
versity men, selected by special audition. This year they participated in 
National Music Week and mode a tour of Akron high schools. Dale Gan- 
yard was elected president of the organization. 



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robes during the Christmas concert. 



Clad in their newly-purchased robes, the forty-voice A Cappeila choir 
presented their annual Christmas concert before large audiences at Canton 
Trinity Lutheran church, Kent Roosevelt high school, Kent Congregational 
church, and the University auditorium. Among the Choir's other perform- 
ances was the Sunday Vesper concert, which was the Kent climax to Na- 
tional Music Week. 

Membership in the A Cappeila choir is gained by tryout only. Outstand- 
ing selections in choral literature, both sacred and secular, comprise the 
choir's usual programs. Bruce C. Handley was the conductor. 



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MESSIAH 




University soprano Mary Elizabeth Ellis was featured soloist in the sixth 
annual presentation of Handel's Messiah on Sunday, December 15, in the 
University auditorium. 

Miss Ellis, instructor in music, joined with three New York artists, Alfred 
Hopkins, tenor, Russel Skitch, bass, and Ardelle Warner, contralto, to make 
this performance one of the most brilliant ever held here. The Kent Ora- 
torial society, composed of students, faculty, and townspeople, aided in the 
presentation. 

The chorus was under the direction of Fred H. Denker. Kenneth Byler 
conducted the University symphony orchestra. 



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A lone figure walks stately, silently, to the director's 
platform, looks but once at the large group of mu- 
sicians, lifts his baton — then, the baton falls, and a 
Sunday afternoon is shaken with a mighty overture — 
Handel's sixth annuel "Messiah" has begun. 

That lone figure. Music Director Frederick Denker, 
lit the fuse that brought hundreds of the state's best 
voices to life, and behind a background of vibrating 
strings and toney woodwinds these voices, built to ter- 
rific volume, expertly ushered in the acme of music at 
Kent State University, and another triumph for the 
school of music. 

As the sun arched lengthening shadows, the voices 
faded, the music stopped, and for a split second silence 
held the spotlight. Then a thunderous applause split 
the auditorium — as a stunned audience awoke offer 
having listened to music at its best. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 





ROBERT SEESE 

President 



ROBERT COOK 
Vice-President 



KAY MALONEY 
Secretary-Treasurer 



STUDENT government at Kent revolves about 
the Student Council, in which is vested the 
power to solve student problems and to regu- 
late activities. The Council is made up of dele- 
gates from the classes, plus central committees 
which afford wide representation for the student 
body as a whole. 

Council this year restricted the number of queen- 
ships on the campus, so eliminating the possibility 
of having "every girl a queen", and also sponsored 
the first all-University student vote — to decide the 
advisability of adding a class dues fee to the stu- 
dent registration. An annual Council project. Mi- 
gration Day was staged this year with Akron's Rub- 
ber Bowl as the objective. 

Midway in the second semester. Council moved 
into a new permanent office located near the en- 
trance to the women's gym. 



B. Chapman 


M. Cook 


D. Hostettler 


J. Stroup 


D. Sullivan 


D. Taylor 


F. Vacha 


C. Waldo 


E. Zink 



E. Kieselbach 

F. Thorne 



G. Campbell 



C. Erickson 



M. Geitgey 



N. Miner 



H. Serne 



J. Stefanosky 



W. Terrill 




DR, C, C. KOCHENDERFER 
Advisor 



ESTABLISHED m 1938, Delta Kappa Psi is a 
source of guidance and assistance to students 
of the college of business administration who 
have been able to meet its high standards for mem- 
bership. 

With objectives of furthering the individual wel- 
fare of its members, fostering scientific attitudes 
toward business, and promoting higher ideals in 
business, the fraternity accomplishes its objectives 
through professional banquets, research projects, 
and other professional types of work. 



Frequent contact with business men is available 
to members of the fraternity. Executives from all 
fields of commerce have given addresses at the 
fraternity banquets. 



LEONARD HILL 
President 




JOE BLAIR 
Vice-President 



WILLIAM McCUNE 
Treasurer 



JOHN STEINER 
Secretary 



DELTA KAPPA PS 



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Cardinal Key, upperclasswomen's honorary, aims for effi- 
cient service to the University. The society aided in such 
activities as the supervision of campus guide duties, decorat- 
ing and presenting a room to commuting women, and spon- 
soring an infantile oaralysis drive. 

Officers were Betty Crampton, president; Kay Moloney, 
secretary; Aileen Milligon, treasurer; and Dorothy Hostettler, 
historian. 



CARDINAL KEY 



Campus pacemakers in scholarship, leadership, and service 
make up the personnel of Blue Key, men's national honor 
fraternity. The principle of the organization, "Serving, I 
Live," is the keynote of all chapter projects. Among other 
activities, the organization arranged the Homecoming Day 
program. 

Officers were Harold Seme, president; John Powell, vice 
president; Vincent McDevitt, secretary; and Ralph Wands, 
treasurer. 



BLUE KEY 



Acclimating freshman women to campus social life consti- 
tutes one of the big jobs for the Women's League. Sponsor- 
ing "Big and Little Sister Teas" and co-sponsoring with the 
Men's Union the Pork Barrel and the New Year's Ball num- 
bered among the year's social events. 

Officers were Martha Rufener, president; Jane Rother- 
mund and Reita Mehlenbacher, first vice presidents; Mar- 
jorie Thompson, second vice-president; and Pauline Johnston, 
secretary. 



WOMEN'S LEAGUE 



The purpose of the Men's Union is to create a better de- 
gree of cooperation and to foster a wholesome social spirit 
among all University men. During the current year, the 
Union sponsored two assemblies, a "Dad's Day" dinner, a 
Senior dinner, counseling, All-Men's Day dinner, and co- 
sponsored the Pork Barrel and New Year's Boll with the 
Women's League. 

Officers were Bob Mosher, president; Bill Hudec, vice pres- 
ident; and Dick Clark, secretary. 



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INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Establishing good will between the various fraternities on 
the campus is the guiding purpose of the Interfraternity 
Council. The Council sets the dates for fraternity smokers, 
pledge periods, prep week, and the active initiation, and each 
year presents a scholarship cup to the fraternity having the 
best scholastic record. 

Officers were Walt Holms, president; John Steiner, vice 
president; Robert Zimmerman, secretary; and Ed Zink, 
treasurer. 



PAN HELLENIC 
LEAGUE 



The Pan Hellenic League was established to bring the 
sororities on the campus together in a closer bond of mutual 
friendship and cooperation. The League regulates such mat- 
ters as maintenance of sorority chapter standards, scholar- 
ship, and sorority social calendars. 

Officers were Dorothy Mohr, president; Jean Evans, vice 
president; Betty Bowles, recording secretary; Lou Reitzel, 
corresponding secretary; and Marian Saelens, treasurer. 



YWCA 



The YWCA is an inter-racial, nation-wide group which 
proposes to give women an opportunity for experimentation 
in "creative living". Outstanding activities are in welfare 
work, in developing finer cultural appreciation, in forums, 
and in group association. 

Officers were Peggy Leist, president; Mada Moseley, vice 
president; Ruth Lapp, secretary; and Betty Perdue, treasurer. 



YMCA 



The YMCA is a service organization which attempts to 
provide a medium through which its members may carry on 
religious activities during their college careers. The organ- 
ization aims to develop men socially and spiritually, as well 
as intellectually. 

Officers were Paul Gloss, president; Jerry Daniels, vice 
president; William Lakios, secretary; and Robert Stocking, 
treasurer. 



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Alpha Psi Omega, honorary dramatic society, provides fra- 
ternal association for those doing a high standard of work in 
dramatics, including both technical stage work and acting. 
The fraternity has been on the campus since 1930. Prof. E. 
Turner Stump, head of the University school of speech and 
faculty advisor to Alpha Psi, is the Grand Director of the 
National Organization. 

Officers were Joseph Michaels, president; Fred Vocha, vice 
president; and Jane Cowell, secretary-treasurer. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary speech fraternity, pro- 
motes good-will and fellowship between universities and 
strives to develop the individual through intercollegiate ora- 
tory, debate, and public speaking. Highlight of the post year 
was the Pi Kappa Delta Provincial tournament held at Mich- 
igan State university. 

Officers were Marge Jacot, president; Jean Culhon, vice 
president; and Jewell Hordman, secretary. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



Kappa Delta Pi is the second largest professional organiza- 
tion of educators in the world. Its members, chosen on the 
basis of leadership and scholarship, attend monthly dinner 
meetings to hear leoders in their field. The aim of the fra- 
ternity is to serve through the profession of teaching. 

Officers were Jack Gray, president; Aileen Milligan, vice 
president; and Louise Clark, secretary-treasurer. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



Phi Alpha Theta, history honorary, this year boasts mem- 
bership in a national history honorary made up of 20 active 
chapters. Historians are brought to the campus as guest 
speakers at the monthly meetings of the organization, and 
history majors with a high scholastic average are thus given 
the opportunity to discuss their major subject, and contem- 
porary problems, with authorities in the field. 

Off icers were Vincent McDevitt, president; John Hoff, vice 
president; Sylvia Reiss, secretary; and Dorothy Hudson, 
treasurer. 



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ENGLEMAN HALL 



Engleman hall, upperciasswomen's dormitory, opened its 
doors in September, 1940, for the third year. The House 
Council, elected by the 230 girls residing in the dorm, is 
the governing body. Some of the high spots in social affairs 
were the informal Halloween dance, the Christmas Formal, 
and the Christmas Banquet. 

Officers were Joy Stover, president; Bobby Welton, Elaine 
Stonge, Eileen Wuchter, and Rosalie Christian, vice presi- 
dents; Bertha Heichel, secretary; and Dorothy Anne Reese, 
treasurer. 



MOULTON HALL 



Moulton hall houses 94 girls, who busied themselves this 
year with plans for teas, picnics, parties, and dances. Year's 
calendar highlight was the Christmas Formal. Moulton also 
distinguished itself by winning the 1940 Homecoming cup 
for decorations. 

Officers were Jane Wrentmore, president; Mary Jane Gird- 
ley, vice president; Dorothy Spitler, secretary; and Ruth 
Mathews, treasurer. 



LOWRY HALL 



Lowry hall received as its quota of girls this year 114 
women members of the class of '44, plus ten upperclass girls 
who acted as counselors, and Mrs. Grow, housemother-ad- 
visor-confident. Lowry's glee club, the brain-child of the 
year's residents, promises to bring added laurels to the hall. 

Officers were Ruth Greenwood, president; Charlotte Lose, 
vice president; Anna Le Badis, secretary; and Jane Parry, 
treasurer. 



OFF-CAMPUS 
WOMEN 



The Off-Campus Women's club gives women students not 
living in the dorms a chance to become acquainted outside 
the classroom. Meetings ore held bi-monthly. The members 
promoted a drive to collect old clothes for the "Bundles for 
Britain" League, and helped in the Red Cross drive. 

Officers were Eileen Cook, president; Wanda Boynes, vice 
president; Frances White, secretary; and Florence Riehl, 
treasurer. 



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The K-P club was organized in February, 1928, by twelve 
Kindergarten-Primary majors under the leadership of G. 
Hazel Swan. It aims toward high ideals of conduct, loyalty, 
and cooperation for its members. 

Business meetings are held monthly; social meetings in- 
cluded a Coffee Hour for the Homecoming alumnae, a club 
party at Christmas, a winter sports party, a beach party, and 
o formal dinner honoring the June graduates. An "Achieve- 
ment Emblem" was presented to the club at Christmas. 

Officers were Maxine Miller, president; Marcia Johnson, 
vice president; Connie Waldo, secretary; and Shirley Mill- 
man, treasurer. 



K-P 



Majors and minors who are superior scholastically in the 
college of business administration are given the chance to 
meet the experts in their field through membership in the 
Commerce club. Speakers were brought before the bi- 
monthly meetings of the club to explain business methods, 
and field trips were sponsored to Cleveland. 

Officers were Harold Weil, president, Joe Stefanosky, 
vice president; Jack Gifford, secretary; and Harold Seme, 
treasurer. 



COMMERCE 



To promote the general knowledge of engineering pro- 
cedures ond to increase interest in the general field are the 
aims of the Engineers club. Strictly professional, the group 
sponsored trips to Republic Steel in Cleveland, Westinghouse 
M\achine plant at Pittsburgh, and the Electric Light plant in 
Cuyahoga Falls. 

Officers were James Coventry, president; Donald Mac- 
Intyre, vice president; and Ed Brodie, secretary-treasurer. 



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WESLEY 
FOUNDATION 



To maintain a fellowship of Christian students providing 
for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of young people is 
the main function of the Wesley Foundation. An organized 
program of group activities including worship, discussion 
groups, social service projects, religious drama, choral sing- 
ing, classes in religious deputations, work in nearby churches, 
end training in Christian leadership is provided. Sunday 
evening programs present students with vital issues of 
Christian living, and three cooperative houses sponsored by 
Wesley enable Kent students to reduce college expenses. 

The program is supervised by a Campus-Church Relations 
committee. Student officers were Roy Deming, president; 
James Richardson, vice president; Louise Fagley, secretary; 
Arnold Bereit, treasurer; and Aileen Milligan, program chair- 
man. 



NEWMAN 



The Newman club offers an opportunity for Catholic stu- 
dents to participate in all religious and social functions spon- 
sored by the Church. The club meets once a month at St. 
Patrick's church for discussions of religion, social events, and 
education. Monthly communions, religious talks, and de- 
bates maintain the religious purposes, while a club library 
and discussions on subjects of current importance contribute 
educationally. Highlight of the social calendar was the New- 
man Formal. Other events sponsored by the group consisted 
of a wiener roost, two sport dances, and a combined dance 
with the University of Akron. 

Officers were Raymond Hromco, president; Cay McGowan, 
vice president; Vince McDevitt, treasurer; John Kelly, asso- 
ciate treasurer; Betty Bowles, secretary; and Helen Elliott, 
corresponding secretary. 



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Nucleus of the Lutheran Student Association, branch of 
the national organization, are upperclass students of the 
Lutheran faith. Formed to develop a healthy social life and 
Christian fellowship, the association holds its meetings bi- 
weekly at the Kent Lutheran church. A choir has been 
formed for the 1941 -42 school year. 

Officers were Phyllis Heyl, president; Paul Koch, vice pres- 
ident; and Gerard Prinz, secretary-treasurer. 



LUTHERANS 



Celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversary late last year, 
the Home Economics club held a formal Christmas dinner at 
the Robin Hood. Also featured on the 1941 social calendar 
v/as a style show, presented on High School Day before a 
capacity audience. An honorary society, Psi Lambda, has 
been organized for outstanding members of the club. 

Leading the club as president was Jeanne Claypoole; other 
officers were Norma Bartholomew, vice president; Jeanette 
Morgan, corresponding secretary; Arlene Chamberlin, re- 
cording secretary; and Virginia Marti, treasurer. 



HOME 
ECONOMICS 



Fall, winter, and spring are the times set for WAA regular 
meetings, at which new members are inducted and awards 
and trophies are given. Last year the Women's Athletic 
Association sponsored the annual "Sweetheart Dance", High 
School Play Day, and College Play Day. The club is a mem- 
ber of the Athletic Federation of College Women. 

Officers were Jane Stroup, president; Betty Morris, vice 
president; Mildred Lull, secretary; Betty Gorlich, treasurer; 
and Ethel Baum, social chairman. 



WAA 



The Physical Education club promotes relationships and de- 
velops standards for the promotion of professional knowledge 
among its members. Activities such as hiking, swimming, 
dancing, and winter sports play a major part in the year's 
program. The club serves as a promoter of recreational 
activities for faculty members as well as for students. 

Officers were Donald Sinn, president; Mabel Esping, vice 
president; and Arthur Lave, secretary-treasurer. 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



A professional organization, the Industrial Arts club is 
made up of majors and minors in the field. Meetings are 
held on the third Wednesday of each month. Moving pic- 
tures, speakers, a farewell party for seniors, and the annual 
club banquet were activities participated in by members. 

Officers were Russell Goodwin, president; Herbert Shaffer, 
vice president; Henry Briggs, secretary; and Leo Difford, 
treasurer. 



STUDENT FORENSIC 
ASSOCIATION 



The Student Forensic Association was organized in Sep- 
tember, 1940, in an attempt to allow more students to par- 
ticipate in non-dramatic speech activity. In addition to the 
regular varsity speech work a well planned intra-murol pro- 
gram was carried out, and on extension service for student 
speakers was inaugurated. 

Officers were Vernon Beal, student director of forensics; 
Marjorie Jacot, debate; Tom Rickey, extension; and Alice 
O'Sickey, intra-murals. 



INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS 



The International Relations club is a medium of expression 
for those interested in world events. The club attended the 
Pan-American conference at Oberlin college in March, and 
also sponsored several guest speakers at Kent. A shipment 
of books received from the Carnegie Endowment started a 
series of discussions which climaxed in a joint panel discus- 
sion with the political science club of the University of 
Akron. 

Officers were Lillion Kochenderfer, president; Gerte De- 
Vos, corresponding secretary; and James Richardson, treas- 
urer. 



RADIO 



Newest campus organization, the Radio club plans to con- 
struct an amateur radio station at the University. Club 
members have participated in parties, contests, code prac- 
tice sessions, and discussions related to the radio field. Six 
members of the club are licensed radio operators. 

Officers were Thomas Butler, president; Vaughan Smith, 
vice president; and Mary Stocking, secretary-treasurer. 



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Creating interest in art and broadening artistic views are 
the aims of the Art club. The group sponsored the May 
Show, Talent Contest, decorated the Krupa Formal, visited 
nearby galleries, and brought speakers to the campus. Meet- 
ing time is Wednesday evening. 

Officers were Ray Rozuk, president; Al Van Auker, vice 
president; and Alita Boecker, secretary-treasurer. 



ART 



Helping people interested in biology to get material other 
than that presented in the classroom is the aim of the Biology 
club. The group conducted a survey of trees on the campus, 
and planted a specie of every Ohio tree not already repre- 
sented. Feature of the post year's activities was a trip to 
the Carnegie museum at Pittsburgh. 

Officers were Chet Randies, president; Eileen Cook, vice 
president; and Phyllis Martin, secretary-treasurer. 



BIOLOGY 



The Math club aims to create a better understanding of 
math through club activity. Meetings are held bi-monthly, 
and speakers are brought before the group to discuss prob- 
lems pertaining to the mathematical field. Moving pictures 
end a banquet for alumni were social features of the past 
year. 

Officers were Charles Sindledecker, president; Alice Mar- 
sha, vice president; and Jean Douglas, secretary-treasurer. 



MATH 



To increase knowledge of the works of the Old Masters 
is the objective of the Music club. Regular meetings, at 
which members of the music faculty and others presented 
programs, were held twice monthly. All majors and minors 
in the field of music are eligible for membership. 

Officers were Harold Schlegel, president; John Salomone, 
vice president; Gladys Mumaw, secretary-treasurer; and Mary 
Ellen Hayes, publicity. 



MUSIC 



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FRENCH 



Conducting their bi-monthly meetings exclusively in the 
French language, the French club this year arranged for a 
varied program of activities. Featured on the 1940-41 social 
calendar were French movies, operas, plays, and talks, and a 
general assembly program. 

Officers were Bernard Jocoby, president; Lily Mobille, vice 
president; and Silverian DeEulis, secretary-treasurer. 



PSYCHOLOGY 



The Psychology club was formed with the idea of interest- 
ing in psychology students specializing in other fields. Off- 
campus speakers addressed the club, moving pictures were 
shown, and a demonstration of the psychology of emotion 
was given. 

Officers were John Higgins, president; Bob Solow, vice 
president; and Elaine Hicks, secretary. Dr. D. W. Pearce, 
head of the department of psychology, was advisor. 



RSI CHI 



The founding of the Psi Chi chapter of a national psychol- 
ogy honorary at Kent brought another nation-wide organiza- 
tion to the campus last spring. The chapter was rep- 
resented at the symposium of Ohio Psychological Societies 
held at the University of Akron early in 1941, and also at- 
tended the Midwestern Psychological Association conven- 
tion at Ohio university. 

Officers were Carl Haglund, president; Robert Goerke, vice 
president, John FHiggins, secretary, and Jean Culhan, treas- 
urer. 



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CHI PI 



JOHN MINE 
President 



GEORGE BETTS 
Advisor 



AUGUST QUATTROCH I 




TOM BATES 
Recording Secretary 



GEORGE FLEISCHER 
Treasurer 




Principal 1940-41 achievement of Chi Pi, 
men's professional journalism fraternity, was 
sponsoring and financing the Journalism house, 
located on East Summit street. 

Heading a professional program in which six 
Ohio journalists addressed the group were Richard 
Peters, Cleveland PRESS book reviewer, and 
Charles Miller, assistant city editor of the Akron 
BEACON JOURNAL. 

Guests at the fifteenth annual convention of 
the Ohio College Newspaper Association and at 
the fourth annual Short Course in News Pho- 
tography found Chi Pi men directing many of the 
activities of both meetings. 

Burr and Stater editors were active members 
of Chi Pi, 



H. Briers 



G. Chigges 



S. Fern 



C, Fr 



J. Harris 



R. Hirt 



W. Schraegle 
Corresponding 
Secretary 




M. Allen 



M Balser 



W. Eyre 



B. Kernon 




I AMBDA PHI, honorary fraternity for women 
■■ in journalism, celebrated its first organization 
anniversary by initiating four new members, mak- 
ing a total group of 12 actives. 

Members were kept busy throughout the year 
by taking an active part in the functions of the 
Ohio College Newspaper Association convention, 
the fourth annual Short Course in News Pho- 
tography, and the second annual Parents' Day 
program. 

At its dinner meetings Lambda Phi heard such 
women journalists as Margie Western, society 
editor of the Cleveland NEWS, and Josephine Scott 
of the Cleveland PLAIN DEALER. 

Most important in the minds of the members 
of Lambda Phi was the fact that two of their 
group held executive offices as editors of the 
Stater and Duchess. 



LINDY BARCH 
President 



NATALIE FLOERSHEIMER 
Vice-President 





KAY MALONEY 
Secretary 



BETTY CRAMPTON 
Treasurer 



LAMBDA PH 



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FRATERNITY 




Two KMKs claim its good for the 
nightmares to hove a friendly chat and 
a smoke before turning in. 



Delt brothers enjoy a friendly game 
of ping pong after a hard day's work — 
on their studies. 



They're all behind the eight-ball at a 
Gamma informal date party, when the 
pool sharks try to show their lady friends 
how it's done. 



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rRATERNITIES participate in a great part of Kent State's social life. To 
the fraternity man is indispensable the helter-skelter life he lives, packed 
with good times and frivolous activit es, yet sprinkled with a scr ou3 sid? 
of gentlemanly conduct. All this is an integral part of fraternal associa- 
tion. 




Take this for that! says the Phi Beta 
Phi housemother to a lazy pledge who 
tried to dodge his duties. 



Kappa Sigs spruce up a bit with a 
little brushin' and shavin' before rushing 
to that Tuesday afternoon class . . . late 
again. 



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Ooh, that's no fun fellas! But Alpha 
Phi Betas were stern with their pledges 
and didn't spare the rod. 



ALPHA PHI BETA 




A fast-growing fraternity, Alpha Phi Beta celebrated its tenth anniver- 
sary at the Hotel Kent this year. Traditional with the Betas is the pre- 
sentation of the Manhood Key to the outstanding senior graduate each 
yeor. 

The Betas have won the scholarship award more often than any other 
fraternity, and are active in Men's Union, Student Council, Blue Key, 
and Kent Stater and Chestnut Burr staffs. Editor-in-chief of the campus 
daily was George Fleischer. 




H, E. STELSON 
Advisor 

GEORGE FLEISCHER 
President 



RICHARD CLARK 
Vice-President 

FERN GRIFFIN 
Secretary 

WILLIAM CROPLEY 
Treasurer 




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p. Alden 

R. Barnes 

T. Bates 

G. Bayliss 



A. Bereit 

M. Downs 

R. Drews 

C. Eichorn 



C Ernsberger 
J, Evans 

C, Friar 

F. Holzhauser 



J Kelly 

D. Leggett 

L. Morato 

R. Phillips 



H. Reger 

J. Salisbury 

E. Siennicki 

F. Swasey 



Sullivan 
N. Thompson 




DELTA PHI SIGMA 




Being the athletic fraternity of the campus is the proud claim of the 
Delta Phi Sigmas. Placing seven members on the varsity football squad, 
six men on the basketball squad, and members on the wrestling, baseball, 
swimming, and tennis teams, the Delts carried out their tradition. 

Jimmy Jones received national recognition on Collyer's Little Ail-Amer- 
ican. Senior class president. Chestnut Burr business manager, president 
Delta Kappa Psi, as well as members of Blue Key, Student Council, and 
Dean's council numbered among the actives of the fraternity. 




DEAN V^INSPER FRED VACHA 

President Vice-President 



FRED PRASSE ROBERT RODERICK 
Secretary Treosurer 




Anderson 
E. Beery 

J, Boyd 

E. Boyle 

N. Chose 

M. Cochran 



\. Cross 

B. Dovidian 

W. Dickson 

C. Edmiston 
J. Etter 

S. Foltin 



Foote 

B. Hansen 
L. Hill 

R. Hill 



R. Hromco 
J. Jones 



De Jones 

L. Kromei 

B. Le Chaix 

B. Linsenman 

W. McCune 
R. Orpin 



Polmer 
J. Price 

W. Shafer 

L. Simone 

P. Smith 

W. Stuber 



Truxwell 
T. Tucker 

A. Warwa 

B. Watson 

L. Wetzel 

B. Wilson 



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: KAPPA MU KAPPA 




This year marks the nineteenth anniversary for Kappa Mu Kappa, Kent 
State's oldest fraternity and Greek letter organization. The KMKs placed 
the large "K" back of the library, and it is a tradition of the fraternity to 
Doint it on Campus Night. 

Active in campus affairs, the KMKs were represented in Student Council, 
Dean's council. Blue Key, Delta Kappa Psi, Kent Stater, class offices, and 
Men's Union. Stan Mouse and Bill Guisewite, originators of NTFC, wear 
the KMK pin. 




TOM UTTER 
President 



ROBERT ZIMMERMAN H. RUSS GILLIS 
Vice-President Secretary 



ROBERT HABERKOST 
Treasurer 






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J. Alogdelis 

C. Ayres 

P. Becker 

R. Braden 

H. Brooks 



G. B'jzulencia 
S. Collister 
R. Cook 

G. Cordea 

F. Estochin 



J. Fowler 

R. Gifford 

B. Guisewite 
D. Hague 

J. Hoff 



R. Humphries 

P. Johnson 

H. La Torraca 
C. Morris 

P. Mosher 



S. Mouse 

J. O'Haro 

R. Patterson 
J. Pierce 

W. Roberts 



R. Schneider 

H. Weaver 

R. Somers 

J. Wheeler 




KAPPA SIGMA CHI 




Selecting the queen of the fraternity has become the campus tradition 
of the Kappa Sigma Chis, who this year created much campus interest in 
their contest. 

With their 15 pledges doing the work, the Kappa Sigs redecorated the 
house basement for dancing and parties. Alumni of the organization aided 
with the purchase of new furniture. Members of the fraternity ore active 
in Men's Union, Industrial Arts, and Dean's council. The president of 
Interfraternity council and captain of the fraternity All-Stars were Kappa 
Sigs. 



JOHN STARRETT 
Advisor 



HERB SHAFFER 
President 



WALTER DENGEL 
Vice-President 




KIRK LOWERY 
Secretary 



CHARLES KASIK 
Treasurer 




V. Beal 

B. Bergdorf 
J. Calta 

L. Correll 



J. Dedinsky 

A. De Giralomo 
R. Erickson 
A. Funk 



W. Holms 

B. Hudec 

R. Kiffor 

H. Kilby 



C. Linehan 

R. Munnia 

W. Mural 

B. Mural 



H. Pornsh 

J. Pentz 

R. Rozuk 

J. Sarmir 



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A. Senich 

E. Stewart 

A. Torma 

G. Williams 




_PHI BETA PH 



JOHN STEINER 
President 



HAROLD WEIL 
Vice-President 




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Newest fraternity on the campus is Phi Beta 
Phi, celebrating its third birthday this year. The 
Phi Betas last year won the scholarship cup. 

A new house en North Lincoln street is now the 
permanent site for the fraternity. Senior class 
treasurer, vice president of Interfraternity coun- 
cil, president and secretary of the Commerce club, 
secretary of Delta Kappa Psi, and field sergeant 
and two corporals in the University marching band 
were among Phi Beta Phi members. 



DON TEWES 
Secretary 



HAROLD WAGNER 
Treasurer 




R. Boyle 

H. Briers 

J. Coscia 

R. Elwood 



C. Erickson 

J. Gifford 

W. Jones 

W. Lemasters 



D. Macintyre 

G. Marthey 

E, Moyhew 

N. Miner 



J. Richardson 
T. Siymon 

M. Stocking 

R. Wallis 




SIGMA TAU GAMMA 




Being Kent's only national educational fraternity is the distinction claimed 
by the Sigma Tau Gammas, 1940 winners of the Homecoming and Pork 
Barrel trophies. 

The Gammas claimed six berths on the varsity football squad, plus mem- 
bers on the basketball, baseball, wrestling, swimming, tennis, and gym 
teams. Top positions in Student Council, Men's Union, International Rela- 
tions club, Chi Pi, and memberships in Blue Key, Kent Stater, Chestnut 
Burr, and Dean's council were held by Gammas. 




ROBERT SEESE 
President 



MILTON BONAR 
Vice-President 



WILLIAM LEEVER 
Secretary 



TOM BURKE 
Treasurer 




R. Alberts 

B. Altmann 

D. Barney 

R. Beuck 

J. Borton 

H. Briggs 



B. Chapman 

G. Chigges 

W. Clark 

T. Connolly 

L. Difford 

R. Drev 



D. Duncan 

W. Eisenhart 
D. Flynn 

R. Fry 

D. Hawley 
R. Hirt 



J. Irish 

D. Iseman 

R. Kenyon 

C. Little 

R. McCafferty 

V. McDevitt 



R. McGinnis 
P. Manyo 

H. Martin 

J. Mine 

R. Mosher 

W. Ortt 



L. Pearson 

R. Rinto 

W. Show 

D. Stewart 

W. Swallow 

F. Taylor 




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E. Vacoriu 

R. Wands 

E. Zink 




SORORITY 




London bridge may be falling down, 
but the Beta Gammas are keeping theirs 
up with "Aunt Jack". 



There's more to an evening's enter- 
tainment than just the money spent — as 
this AO porch scene indicates. 



Pi Kappa Sigmas gather 'round a 
sorority scrap book and talk about the 
alumnae. 



KENT STATE'S seven sororities are a definite port of the University's 
social life. To the one who joins a sorority goes a year of planned 
activities — ranging from teas and dinner dances to hay rides and barn 
shindigs. Hers is not a quiet life, but the thrill of doing is the final com- 
pensation. 




Helping hands prime a Tri-Sig on the 
"big" night when she's out to get her 
man. 



Three at a time — these Phi Alpha 
Alphas take a long flight of stairs on 
their way to that eight o'clock. 



Theta Sigs claim you don't have to go 
to Hollywood nowadays — just look in a 
mirror. 



Gamma Sigma Phis prove that college 
lassies can be practical and domestic, as 
well OS beautiful. 



ALPHA OMEGA 




Active participation in University activities won the Alpha Omegas three 
more trophies for their sorority trophy case this year — first places in bowling 
and the Pork Barrel, as well as a tie for first in the University Theatre 
membership drive. 

The Alpha Omegas placed representatives in Student Council, class 
offices, debating. Women's League, Home Economics club, and the Uni- 
versity Theatre. Sophomore Elisabeth Tucker brought the Homecoming 
Queenship into the sorority. 




MARJORIE DAUBENSPECK JEANNETTE MALAT 

President Vice-President 



CHARLOTTE BOEDECKER 
Secretary 



HELENE LENNER 
Treasurer 




R. Allendorf 

E. Belcher 

L. Bishop 

M. Brock 



G. Brown 

E. Christian 

M. Crutchfield 
J. Cuihan 



J. Doak 

B. Dray 

M, Hilsinger 

C, Kuchenbacker 



B. Line 

J. Lyons 

J. Miller 

K. Niles 



R. Petty 

L. Reitzel 

J. Thierry 

M. Thompson 
E. Tucker 



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BETA GAMMA 




Winners this year of the coveted Homecoming Cup for sororities, Beta 
Gamma officers and members give much credit for the success to their new 
housemother, Mrs, Walter Canfield, popularly known on the campus as 
"Aunt Jack". 

Besides new members, the sorority added to their organization a new car 
named Beta and a mascot puppy, Gamma. Individual honors went to Helen 
Horter, who is now a vocalist with Bernie May's orchestra. The alumnae 
organization was reorganized this year, with 60 members. 

Sorority social activities included the Lolly-Pop dance, Sunday evening 
Vic dances, and Christmas caroling. 




THORA UEBEL 
President 



MARIAN SAELENS 
Vice-President 



BETTY CHAPMAN 
Secretary 



JO ANN HACHA 
Treasurer 




p. Ballord 

M. Boehm 

M- Bower 

M. Brandt 

M. Brown 



S. Burson 

J. Caldwell 

J. Davidson 

R. Foster 

M. Garthwaite 



H. Harter 

M Mine 

K. Hromyck 
H. Kelly 

J. Melick 



H. Myers 

N. Nolle 

J, Ook 

V. Paine 

L. Serknis 



J. Shipton 

L. Stallard 

D. Strain 

G. Swearingin 
H. Swisher 



C. Wass 

M. White 

J. Wrentmore 
L. Yarano 




GAMMA SIGMA PH 




To Gamma Sigma Phi sorority goes the distinction of overlooking the 
campus from their new home on Summit street. Individual sorority honors 
went to Ruth Lea, who was elected Pigskin Prom Queen, and to Martha 
Harper, who wrote a tune for "No Time for Classes". The editorship of 
the Duchess was held by Natalie Floersheimer. 

Of all the sorority's social activities, the annual Gold Diggers dance 
incites the most campus acclaim. 




MARY JANE O'BRIEN 
President 

MARIETTA CARLOZZI 

Vice-President, first semester 

BEVERLY BROZIO 

Vice-President, first semester 



MARY KAY BAL5ER 
Secretary 

NATALIE FLOERSHEIMER 
Treasurer 



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M. Allen 

L. Barch 

H. Byrne 

E. Clark 



P. Fike 

C. Hagon 

M. Harper 

M. Hazen 



J. Heath 

D. Johnson 

M. Johnson 

R. Keppler 

Vice-President, 
second semester 



R. Lea 

S. Millman 

H. Pfeifer 

E. Rawles 



E. Schorr 

J. Show 

J. Stringer 

M. Swan 



C. Waldo 

E. White 

Vice-President, second semester 




PHI ALPHA ALPHA 



DOROTHY MOHR 
President 



FLORENCE BYERS 
Vice-President 





Phi Alpha Alpha claims the honor of being 
the oldest local sorority on the campus. The 
Phi Alphs moved up to Summit street this year 
and, in the changing mood, adopted gold and 
white as official colors and the gardenia as 
the official flower. 

The year's outstanding social events were 
the annual spring formal and the Holly Hop. 
Spooks-Kreig and Grenwich Village were the 
names given to the rush parties. The sorority 
inaugurated a series of Sunday evening coffee 
hours at which Dorothy Mohr was the leader. 



HELENE INGRAM 
Secretary 



ARLENE HOWELL 
Treasurer 




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G. Brogneaux 
P. Devine 

J. Dunlap 



H. Janus 

G. Kellogg 

M. Kopp 



A, McConnell 

M. Micsko 

B. Minor 



M. 



Nass 
P. Steele 

V. Stoner 




PI KAPPA SIGMA 



JEAN EVANS 
President 



ANNA DUNN 
Vice-President 





A member of the Association of National 
Educational sororities, the Psi chapter of Pi 
Kappa Sigma observed its forty-sixth birthday 
in November, with a combined active-alumnae 
celebration in the new chapter house on Main 
street. 

Among the sorority get-togethers was the 
fall weiner roast. Sunday night coffee hours 
were held in honor of alumni members, and 
to poor families at Christmas the actives and 
pledges gave a party and baskets of food. 



HELEN MUZIK 
Secretary 



GIZELLA KRUPANSKY 
Treasurer 




E. Brown 

L. Clark 

J. Day 



M. Eichenlaub 
C, Gilcrest 

R. Jameyson 



M. Krouff 

N. Krupp 

A. Schmidt 



F. Smith 

H, Williams 

R. Zdesar 



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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 



KAY MALONEY 
President 



BETTY BOWLES 
Vice-President 





Boasting the largest active membership of 
any sorority on the campus, the Sigma Sigma 
Sigmas also led all other Greek organizations 
in pledging this year. Fourteen actives live in 
the new sorority house, across from the library. 

In campus activities the Tri-Sigs won the 
University Theatre cup and had members in 
Cardinal Key, Student Council, Women's 
League, and class offices. A new member of 
the sorority, Roberta White, was the Princess 
of the Short Course in News Photography. 



DOROTHY HOSTETTLER JANET FOLTZ 

Secretary Treasurer, first semester 




J. Arnold 

H. Fagert 

L. Kochenderfer 

R. Mehlenbacher 

B. Ruggles 



B. 


Campbell 


A. Chamberlin, 


treasurer 


B. 


Church 


P. 


Fagert 


second semester 


J. 


Johnston 


E. 


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E. Harvey 




H. 


McCarthy 


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M. Long 




H. 


Rothermund 


K. 


Suits 


S. Reiss 
M. Suppes 
P, Suppes 




J. 


Thomas 



V. Evans 
B. Kernan 
K. McDonough 
M. Rufener 
M. Weimer 



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THETA SIGMA UPSILON 



FAYE CHAPMAN 
President 



BETTY ACKLEY 
Vice-President 





The visit of their national president, Mrs. 
Muriel Freshee, sounded the keynote for a 
year of extensive social activities at the Theta 
Sigma Upsilon house. 

The Theta Sigs included in their long list 
of social activities a hay ride, pledge dances, 
bridge parties, and several house parties. 
Jeanne Chapman, sophomore, brought honor 
to the sorority when she was selected as drum 
majorette of the marching band. 



KAY EDDY 
Secretary 



JEANNE ROBERTS 
Treasurer 




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J. Adams 

J. Adams 

J. Chapman 

H. Dowds 



J. Harmony 

P. Harris 

R. Keith 

M. Lull 



D. McClelland 
M. Porter 

L. Queen 

J. Quimby 



N. Rundle 

A. Simmons 
L. Wolf 



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In the swankiest pledge presentation on the campus, Alpha 
Omega sorority each year invites the Greek clan and their dates 
to an all-out formal party. Established now as one of the leading 
campus traditions, the All-Greek was held this year in the ball- 
room of the Portage country club at Akron. 



A group of Greek evening gowns 
and tuxedos waiting for a baton. The 
night and day appearance of the win- 
dows IS a flesh-bulb freak. 



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still the evening gowns and tuxedos 
rested. The evidence was tabled — 
until destroyed. 



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A dozen very good reasons for the donee top the poge. Cheek-to-cheeking 
was a necessity as over 200 rubbed leather on wood. Jack Ward, saxophonist 
of the Barnet type, caresses "mike" as Hope Byrne and Robert Schneider look 
on. Early evening when dancing was the thing. Later the dancers took over 
the instruments for a little "home brew". 



209 



DA N C E S 




One poor soul found himself 
without the conventional partner 
and desperately resorted to a 
"quickie" hand of solitaire. Next 
time sophomore Bill Wagoner will 
know better than to be too expec- 
tant of the freshman crop, especi- 
ally if she's in the receiving line. 
But the greenies do look sweet, 
tucked in side by side with Regis- 
trar and Mrs. E. C. Stopher, Dean 
Mary L. Smallwood, and Dr. Foster 
Brooks. In '45 they may find 
themselves playing a lone hand, 
too. 




"Dinks Debut" — and a 10-foot frosh cap hung from the ceiling 
of the gym, keynoting the first freshman social event of the year. 
Luckiest thing of the 40-41 semester was that no freshman head 
grew to fit it. 



King of the hides, drummer Gene Krupa and 
his terrific band blew into town on the evening 
of February 22, on the heels of one of the 
second month's most vicious storms. The first 
top-notch bond to hit Kent for as long as many 
students here can remember, Krupa was a 
sensation, practically tearing down the gym 
with one of the greatest orchestral brawls ever 
blasted over an All-University donee floor. 

After it was oil over, more than six hundred 
weary couples wondered back out into the snow 
thinking about the nearest spot to buy Krupa 
records. 




One of the foremost addicts of Krupa jive 
is Krupa himself. Here's wild-eyed Gene well 
on the way out. 




Uninformed non-hepcats came to the dance with the 
intention of dancing (II, but before very long the crowd 
resolved itself into merely a large group of spectators. 
Spectating in the foreground are Jack Harris, Penny 
Pentlond, and Bob Kenyon. 



Besides plenty of tough swing, Krupa turned out 
hundreds of autographs. 



21 1 



DANCES 



"Come as you are" was the order of the day, but not all came 
as they were — we suspect that some went home to change for the 
worse. If you don't believe it, sneak a peek below, where the only 
male in a coat was the band's take-off horn man. Soph Prexy Water- 
bury and steady Clara Biasella hobnobbed with the proletariat, too, 
in zipper sweater and skirt and blouse. Others at very random below 
were Russ Hill and Ginger Hedeen and Cornelia Kuchenbacker and 
Bill (Astaire) Richards, Did you guess it? — the annual Sweater 
Swagger. 




V 




The fast freight from Hollywood roared into the Rubber City, ground to a stop at 
East Market Gardens, and proceeded to give University Greeks three hours of the most torrid 
trumpet eared this post scholastic year. The lips and lungs of one Johnny "Scat" Davis 
vvere held responsible for the terrific Interfraternity-Pan Hellenic Greek formal. 

Sheer enjoyment is written over Johnny as he blows for the attentive audience of 
Betty Campbell, Walt Holms, Lindy Borch, and George Fleischer. The trombones carried 
the melody as Engineer Davis rode high. Bob Deal rides with Davis as Charles Jerles drops 
a jaw; about the rest of the group, we wonder too. 



213 




CANDID 




It seems that at the end of every hectic yearbook 
year there are usually a few pages left over by 
mistake in the book, as well as a somewhat dubious 
quantity of unnecessary photographic miscellany 
in the editor's files. Both occurrences fell to our 
lot this year, and, frantic with apprehension lest 
the book come out with four pages blank, we got 
together with ourselves and decided to throw in a 
"candid" section as a last resort. 

We don't even try to pretend that the pictures 
on these pages, the end ones of your 1941 BURR, 
have any coherent connection with each other or 
with any common subject. These ore only the ones 
that were left. 



What a profile — and familiar, too. 



Summer on the campus and a long front walk. 



Drum major and majorette reel through the Virginia at 
halftime; "Rosy" shoots it to the boys before the game. 




214 




A little something or other down town of a Monday night; hard-working technicians 
make use of the new labs; three of the losers after a hard presidential fight; debonair short 
course beauties line up for a newsreel cameraman; what's this all about, Priscilla?; well, you 
can probobly recognize them anyway; our boy Mike very much in the wrong place in this book. 



215 




The stockings were hung by the chimney with care — but the Gamma Sigma Phis appear 
ready to give Kris the hot-foot. 

Stater editors George Fleischer and Betty Crampton discuss pertinent campus questions 
with both ends of the school of journalism — a freshman and Advisor George Betts. 

The Tigers may have lost Hank Greenberg in the draft, but here Max Conner, star eager, 
Werner Dickson, University's top gymnast, Roman Woino, AAU swim star, and Eddie Adams, 
boxing coach, might wish they were not so well known. 

This comeroture might be termed "Churchill's Utopia", as Joe Aschauer prepares to 
nudge the esophagus of Adolph, depicted by Blair Sheers in the NTFC not-so-daffy newsreel. 



CANDID 



216 



When in haphazard effort we started out to 
put these pictures that didn't seem to fit any- 
where else into an exclusive section by them- 
selves, we encountered more than a little 
trouble, as well as some discomfiture. 

You can see the result below, where you'll 
find a Kappa Sig sweetheart turning away 
from Mouse and Guisewite's NTFC ball game. 
Doc Burner in a tough spot, the dean of men 
in his most natural element, Kent cheerleaders 
knocking themselves out during the Bluffton 
pigskin fracas, and lathe shavings from an 
industrial arts shop trailing into the Cottage 
dance floor. 











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And now you've turned 
all the pages of this year's 
BURR — at least there is 
nothing more to come as 
far as the editorial sec- 
tion is concerned. May 
we, the staff, say with 
optimistic high hopes that 
we hope you've enjoyed 
it. 



CLUB MEMBERSHIP ROLL 



CARDIXAL KEY— Jeanne Claypoole, Betty Crampton, Janet Foltz, 
Dorothy Host et tier. Pauline Johnston. Bert a Kernan, Lillian Kochen- 
derfer, Kay Maloney. Aileen Milligan. Jane Rothermund, Martha 
Rufener, Frances Smith. Jane Stroup. 

BLUE KEY— Henry Beck. Joe Blair. Jr.. Stewart Fern. George Fleischer, 
Jack Harris. Leonard Hill. Jolm Ho ft'. Leonard Kramel. Henry La- 
Torroca. Jack Leggett. Vincent McDevitt, Joe Michaels, John Mine, 
Lester Morato. Ray Moran, Leonard Opeil. John Powell, Fred Prasse. 
William Schraegle. Robert Seese, John Steiner, Don Sullivan, Tom 
Utter. Ralph Wands. 

WOMEN'S LEAGUE— Lillian Antonelli. Betty Chapman. Faye Cliap- 
man, \'irginia Cole. Mary DiX'encenzo. Mary Jane Girdle y, Margaret 
Leist. Charlotte Lose, Reita Mehlenbacher, Bettie Morris, Jessie Mae 
Smith. Jane Rothermund. Martha Rufener, Joy Stover, Marjorie Thomp- 
son, Margaret Wedding. Joanne Williams. 

MEX'S UNION— Vernon Beal, Ed Boyle. Dick Clark. Kenneth Davis. 
Joe Hart, Russ Hawkins. Dick Hill, Bill Hudec. Henry LaTorraca. 
Peter Manyo. Ellis Mayhew. Vincent McDevitt. Joe Michaels. John 
Mine. Bob Mosher. William Roby, Harold Serne, Don Sinn, Bob Stalzcr, 
Don Sullivan, Jack Wohlford 

PAN-HELLENIC— Betty Ackley, Betty Bowles. Edith Brown. Faye 
Chapman. Marge Daubenspeck, Jean Evans, Arline Howell, Kay 
Maloney. Dorothy Mohr, Mary Jane O'Brien. Louise Reitzel. Marian 
Saelens. Peg Swan. 

YWCA — Jean Barger. Mary Jayne Beal, Jean Beard, Betty Begg, Helen 
Boyd. Madeline Braun, June Breneman. Shirley Burson, Martha Clark. 
Jeanne Claypoole. Barbara Col ley, Jeanne Crozier, Phyllis Davis. 
Dorothy Culler. Alice Danner, Dorothy Crowell. Sally Domer, Harriet 
DuBois, Jean Eschbacher. ilabel Esping, Martha Gibson. Myrtle 
Gleckler. Ruth Foster, Helen Furcolow. Dorothy Greenwood, Phyllis 
Harter. Ann Hogan. Mildred Hunt. Pauline Johnston, Annetta Kap]), 
Kathleen Keeley. Patricia Kinsey, Gene Kirkpatrick, Charlene Kreigh- 
baum. Mary Krichbaum. Ruth Krichbaum, Betty Laumer. Mary Lapadus, 
Ruth Lapp. Peg Leist. Gelsomina Masucci, Betty McClure, Betty 
McCurdy. Dorothy Mohr. Dorothea McKee. Mada Moseley. Gladys 
Mumaw, Mary Helen Oldham. Elizabeth Patton. Dorothy Pearson. Betty 
Perdue, Henrietta Porter, Elizabeth Ream. Ruth Renz, Helen Renter. 
Norma Sanders. Bea Shaheen. Virginia Stein hauser, Florence Strong. 
Helen Tury. Helen Ryan. Carol Wass. JIartina Welker, Winnie Belle 
Wells. \'erna Weimer. Doris \\"eston, Francis White, Clarise Wise. 
Pauline Wilkes, Barbara \\olfe, Eileen Wuchter, Doris Yarger, Grace 
Quay. 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA— Toe Calta, Jeanne Claypoole, Jane Cowell, Ejaine 
Evans, Jack Harris. Mary Ellen Hayes. Jack Jenkins, Fritzie Koole. 
Betty Line, Joseph Michaels. John Powell. G. Blair Sheers, Don Schil- 
miller, Marjorie Thompson. Don Taylor, Fred Vacha. 

KAPPA DELTA PI— Verdabelle Abbott. Norma Bratton, Marie Chand- 
ler, Eugene Clark, Louise Clark. Iro Crile, Mildred Cukrov, Lucy 
DeSimio. Rosella Dull, Phillip Edgar. Dean Epley. Paul Gloss, Jack 
Gray. Paul Hammontree. Jewell Hardman. Jean Harmony. Dorothy 
Hostettler. Arlene Howell, Marjorie Jacot. Berta Kernen, Richard Kil- 
bourne, Robert Kovanda, Maxine Kopp, Elizabeth McCurdy, Gelsomina 
Masucci, Phyllis Martin, Dorothy Migge, Aileen Milligan. Betty Pell. 
William Pliskin, Chester Randies, Pearl Ranken, Jane Rothermund. 
Mary Schnitzer. Florence Strong, Mary Jane Stroup. John \"erbanek. 
Doris Weston, John Yesso, Paul Zeller. 

OFF-CAMPUS WOMEN'S CLUB— Verna Buelow, Jeanne Claypoole, 
Virginia Cole, Eileen Cook. Mary Di\ encenzo. Aletta Dobbins. Mary 
Jane Heaphey, \'elma Irwin. Eleanor Jamesion. Nettie Little, Norma 
.Mangold. Aileen Milligan. Flora Miller, Joan Norris, ^lary Offenhauer, 
Lenore Erase, Florence Riehl, Norma Rundle, Bea Shaheen, Carol Wass, 
Bertha Weiss, Frances \\'hite. 

K-P CLUB— Rita Allendorf, Viola Amon. Ruth Ayers, Margery Balder, 
Marian Baumberger. Margaret Benson. Lorena Bonardi, June Brenne- 
man, Madeline Braun, Elizabeth Burzloff, Betty Campbell. Carol Clark. 
Anita Cooper, Miriam Cramer, Ellen Craft. Evelyn Dolbey. Phyllis 
Davis, Harriet DuBois. Rosemary Dempsey. Virginia DeWitt, Helen 
Sandra Durkott, Dorothy Edwards. Juanita Emanuel. Jean Eschbacher, 
Gloria Faber, Alice Frederick. Elaine Friedland, Shirley Giles, 
Katherine Gillette, Lucille Grunder. Alice Hancock, Elaine Harvey, 
Janet Harris, Phyllis Harter, Lucille Heifner, Gloria Hilling, Myra 
Hilsinger, June Hoffmeyer, Ann Hogan, Dorothy Holms, Helen Ingram, 
Mildred Jacobs, Marcia Johnson. Bette Jones, Ruth Keppler, Jean 
Knoderer. Ruth Langniead, Betty Jane Leadenham. Harriette Lewis, 
Ruth Mattis, Jean McKnight, Irene Merrifield, Ma.xine Miller, Jacque- 
line Miller, Shirley' Millman. Jane Mohler. Irene Morrison, Mary 
Mulford. Eileen OKeefe. Mary Offenhauer, Mary Helen Oldham. Jane 
Osborne, Laura Peterson, Roberta Petty. Louise Ui-i^^". Ruth Renz, 
Helen Reuter. Marjorie Reynolds. Dorothea Rickard, Doris Rengler, 
Geraldine Schultz, Jane Schwartz, Ruth Schwartz, Doris Seymour. Ruth 
Snyder, Katherine Suits, Doris Stanton. Ann E. Stoner. Wilma Savan- 
son, Margaret Toth. Helen Traycoff, Roberta \'an Court, Judith \'nlk. 
Connie Waldo, Carol \\''ass, Bernadine Willet, Margaret \\'ilson, Claire 
Winkler. 

WESLEY FOUNDATION— Velma Andrews, Jean Anderson, Alma 
Allen. Hazel Auld, Sara Ankrom, Viola Amon, Geraldine Bruner, Ivah 
Bates. Norma Bratton. Louise Bjorson. Emma Bradley, Ruth Brewbaker. 
Rhea Bond. Jean Barger, Jean Beard. Boi> Baker. Dick Burwell, Thomas 
Burg, Harry Bradley, Arnold B ere it, Bern is Butler, Donald Beuoy, 
Alice Chiverton, Ruth Crook, Charlotte Cowte, Helen Conant, Marie 
Chandler, Lois Colley, Jean Claypoole, Hilda Cathan, Ray Callahan, 
Jim Carson, Dale Cotton, Paul Critz, Evelyn Dal bey, Gerte De\'os, 
Ola Dixon. Josephine Dagg, Margaret DeLaney, Harriet DuBois, Lois 
Denekc, Rosella Dull. Ray Deming, Roy Deming, Elgie Dinsmore, 
Jean Eckbloom, Jean Eschbacher. Ruth Epperson, Helen Epperson, 
Mabel Esping, Jerold Elliott. Dave Edgerton. Chuck Eyster, Marjorie 
Fankhauser, Louise Fagley, Pauline Foote, Lenora Erase, Melvin 
Frank, Lucille Grunder. Martha Gibson, Shirley Gremb, Ruth Gil let. 
Myrtle Geckler, Cliff Gephart. Dick Gardner, Dale Ganyard, Jack 
Gifford, Frances Haley, Mary Anna Hall, Bertha Heichel, Margaret 
Horton, Jean Hayden, Robert Hauser, Lennie Hill, Joe Hart. Arden 
Hull. Gladys Jacobs, Helen Janacek, Marjorie Jacot, Betty Jones, Helen 
Justice, Tom Jenkins. Pat Kinsey, Mary Kriclibaum, Ruth Krichbaum, 
Florence Keplinger, Lillian Kochenderfer, David Kepner, Marjorie 
Lay den. Charlotte Lose. Doris Lan singer, Dorothy Lynn, Catherine 
Lewis, Bob Ledbetter, Maryanna Ledbetter, Bob Lane. Leah McManus, 
Mary Moore, Dorothy Milligan, Aileen Milligan. Ruth Mathews, Amy 
McConnell, Frances McLenagan, Jackie Miller, June McCarthy, Betty 
McCurdy. Beryl McHugh. Mary Lee MacF'arland. \\"allace McBane, 
Herbert Myers, Carl Melton, Harmon Merivan, Harold Miller. Mary 
Nass, Marian Nichols, Mary Offenhauer, Marjorie Oaks, ilary Louise 



Oliver, Connie Obermiller, Edna Mae Overholt, Robert Orpin, Dorothy 
Pearson, Margaret Patterson, Stan Parker, Jean Rees. Jean Roberts, 
X'irginia Rasch, Mary Reider, Marjorie Reynolds, Lucille Routh, David 
Roberts. Bob Ruble, Jim Richardson, Betty Jean Speith, Jane Smith, 
Dorothy Spitler, Bertha Jean Sill. Anne Statler, Audrey Schriber, Julia 
Salem, Kay Steigler, Bill Steigler, Julia Steiner, Irene Stearns. ^Iary 
Sclmitzer, Betty Snyder, Arthur Sill, Jim Shannon, Preston Sprunger. 
Bob Shaffer, \'era Ticknor, Don Tewes. Ardella Walker. Francis Wliite. 
Ruth West, \'erna Weimer, Winona Weiss, Barbara \\*olfe, Ruth Wilms, 
Pauline Watson, Doris A\"eston, Elfreide Wachcic, Eilene Wuchter, 
\*erla \\"alters, Roger \\'ilkin, Dick Weigle. Clovis Watson, \\'ilfred 
Wilenius, Jeanette Zimmerman. 

LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION— Alta Mae Alvord, John Boda, 
Helen Boyd, Jack Collins. Jeanne Crozier, Ann DeVecka. Eleanor 
Drasdo, Robert Erikson, Elaine Evans, Zada Farmer. Ellen Hausrath, 
Mary Ellen Hayes, Phyllis Heyl, Jeanette Irwin. Gladys Jacobs, Paul 
Koch, Ruth Koch. Mary Ellen Mehl, Emma Oncu. Mary Ann Pfahler, 
Gerard Prinz. Bruce Pratt, Elizabeth Renz, Ruth Renz, L. R. Rick, 
William Roby, Eckhardt Sautter, Harold Schlegel, Roma Smith, Elaine 
Stange. Milan Stocking, Myron Freter, Marjorie Wedding. Erwin 
Werman, Sara Jane Yount, Robert Crotty, Myra Witt, Roger Pfahler. 

HOME ECONOMICS— Dorothy Abbott, Elaine Adams, Nancy Allen, 
Merry Allen, June Baldwin, Mary Kay Balser, Norma Bane. Norma 
Batholomew, Ruth Anne Bert. Eloise Bishop, Leona Bishop, Virginia 
Black, Fern Boltz. Beatrice Brillhart, Marjorie Brock, Edith Brown, 
Betty Brunner, Olympia BuUer, Marietta Carlozzi, Hilda Cathan, Ar- 
lene Chamber 1 in. Martha Clark. Jeanne Claypoole, Virginia Cole, 
Jeanne Deifenbach, Lois Deneke. Lucy DeSimio, Virginia Dick, Peg 
Dietz, Emily Dolenc, Mary Lou Dunlap, Jean Eckbloom, Evelyn Ellis, 
Jean Evans, \'irginia Evans, Louise Fagley, Lenora Erase, Genevieve 
Fox, Margaret Gleckler. Margaret Godfrey. Marilyn Gray. Sara Jane 
Greet. Rita Hamilton, Maxine Harris. Janet Heath, Bertha Heichel, 
Helen Heinz, Mary Jane Hoobler. Yvonne Horton, Dorothy Hull, Gladys 
Jacobs. Eleanor Tan i son. Pauline Johnston. Blanche Jones, Eileen 
karnosh, Jean Kester, Dorothy Kitby. Mary Knouf^', Ruth Koch, Janice 
Koons, Johanna Korosec, Dorothy Kramer. Cornelia Kuchenbacker, Ruth 
Lea. Helen Lewis. Margaret Lewis, Doris Linerode, Louise McCurdy, 
Dorothy Mangold. Petryna Malyk, Virginia Marti. Gelsomnia Masucci, 
Flora Miller. Dorothy Milligan. Betty Lou Minor, Jeanette Morgan, 
Annabelle Motz. Geraldine Myers. Mary Nass, Dorothy Newman, Joan 
Xorris. Marv Louise Oliver, Mary Osborne, Ruth Osborn, Virginia 
Paine, Frances Peterson, Edna Powell. Hilda Rohlf, Martha Rufener, 
Henrietta Schieve. Arlynn Schmidt, Mary Schnitzer, Betty Shaw, 
^largaret Short, Frances Smith, Marjorie Smith, Harriet Smythe, 
Dorothy Snyder, Lucy Speck. Anna Stadtler, Dorothy Strain, Dora 
Strong,' Dorothv Thompson, Maeline Townsend, Elizabeth Tucker. El- 
friede Wachcic^ Ordella Walder. Isabelle Ward, Janet Webb. Winona 
Webster, Verna Weimer. Winona Weiss, Jessie Wilcox, Martha Wolf, 
Eileen Zeber. 

HPE CLUB— Bettv Ackley. Mae Belle Anglemyer. Marie Apple, John 
Armrair. Erwin Bailey. Ethel Baum, Gene Boccia. Don Boddy. Russell 
Balin, William Boliantz. Joanne Borofka. Betty Bunnell, Olympia 
Butler. Achille Caniglia, Charles Carr. Marvin Carter. Robert Crotty, 
Kenneth Davis, Thomas Davis. Anthony DeGiralomo, Charles Earhart, 
Mabel Esping. Kav Eddy. Sam Farkas. William Gillies, Sam Gordon, 
George Grahame. Bettv Grombacher, Betty Groom. Connie Hagan. Jane 
Hand, Delia Harms, Pearl Harris, Bertha Heichel, Robert Hein. Mar- 
jorie Hine. William Hodge, Lucille Hurd. Eugene Jackson. Violet 
Tank a. Winifred Jones. Thomas Kane, Eileen Karnosh. Hazel Kelly, 
Mary Kester, Midge Kincaid, Mary Koontz. Robert Leiman. Anton 
Lejsek. Bettv Line, Arthur Lave, Mildred Luli. Laverne Luthardt, Julia 
Marshall. Harold Martin. Reita Mehlenbacher, James Meyers. Mary 
Miller, Bettie Morris, Paul Myers. Doris Myers. Sue Myser, Raymond 
Novotnv. Rosemarv Ohliger. William Ortt, David Paulus, Arthur Poe, 
Walter'Porowski, Toseph Price. Louise Reitzel. Don Ruch. Betty Savu, 
Arthur Scarpitti. Audrey Schriber, Richard Schwabe, Harold Searcy, 
Kav Shriner, Donald Sinn, Arthur Smith, June Smith, Winifred Smith, 
Nick Stanfar, Tohn Steinert, Fred Swasey, Adrian Trachsel. Velma 
Walrath, Ha Warstler, Jack White. Lois Wolf, John Yesso, Jeanne 
Zeiser. Julie Zepko. 

STUDENT FORENSIC ASSOCIATION— Vernon Beal. Robert Beck- 
with. Toseph Blair, Jr., Roy Callahan, Marguerite Cook, William 
Delahan. Robert Fetterman. Jewell Hardman, Joseph Hart, Jane Higgins, 
Marjorie lacot. Anna ^lae Le Badis, Doris McCartney, Richard Mc- 
Ginnis. Scheffel Pierce. John Powell. Eugene Pyle. Robert Raful. John 
T Rickey. Carol Savers, Leonard Silverstein, Henry Theiss, Paul 
Zeller. 

R\DIO CLUB— Louis Breetz. Thomas Butler. Bettv Coven. Wilbur 
Holgate. Roland Miller, William Pliskin. Slim Rettig. Willard Rey- 
nolds, Corrine Schaffer, \'aughan Smith, Mary Stocking, James Watkins, 

MATH CLUB— Eugene Clark, Faye Chapman, Betty Coven, Eleanor 
Douglass, Jean Douglass, Phil Finnegan, Goldie Gerber, Alice Harsha, 
Fred Holzhauser, Norma Jackson. Stephie Jicha, Leonard Kramel. Bill 
Pliskin. PoUyanna Pozniko. Pearl Rongone, Charles Sindledecker. Gene 
Stamm. Marv Semon, Elmer Stewart, Blair Smalltield. Don Smith, 
Paul Hafer. 

FRENCH CLUB— Lillian Antonelli, Gladys Baldwin. Richard Beckwith, 
Mary Brandt, Delores Cimorell. Rose DeEulis, Silverian DeEuIis, 
Emmv Ferenchak, Thomas Ga\agan, Joyce Hanan, Dorothy Hudson, 
Luella Heupel, Bernard Jacoby, Margery Gilcrest, Jane Lacy. Lily 
Mobile, Gloria Moss, Jo Ann Malak, Rene Schneider, Jane Smith, 
Saralee Smith, Sanford Sulkes, Helen Swisher, James Thierry. Kathryn 
Thomas, John Verbanek, Cora Wilson, Lois Wolf, Ernest Vogel. 

PSI CHI— Jean Culhan, John Felsinger, Jean Gilcrest, Robert Goerke, 
Carl Hagland. Mrs. W. A. Haglund, Leonard Kent, Lillian Kochen- 
derfer, Charlotte \'olk. 

PHI ALPHA THETA— Betty Baxter, Betty Bowles. Mildred Cukrov. 
Rose De Eulis, Edna Emmons, Jack Gray. Carl Haglund, John Hotif. 
Dorothy Hudson, Berta Kernen, Maxine Kopp, Vincent McDevitt, 
Lester Morato, Alice O'Sickey, Sylvia Reiss, Helen Tury. 

PI KAPPA DELTA— Vernon Beal. Joe Blair, Jean Culhan. Jewell 
Hardman, Toseph Hart. lane Higgins. Marjorie Jacot, Bill Leever, 
Dick McGinnis, Alice O'Sickey, Schefl'el Pierce, John Powell, Carol 
Sayers, Tom Sickey, Henry Theiss, Opal Wigner, Paul Zeller. 

:MUSIC CLUB— Norma Baldwin, Clara Biasella, John Boda, John 
Busch, Peggy Clapper, Earl Cope. Mildred Cukrov, Eleanor Drasdo, 
ilorris Druckenmiller, Rosella Dull, Doris Dusenberry, Mary Ellen 
Havs. Dorothv Kime. Robert Kovanda, Grace Lambert. Harold Mc- 
Cormick, Beryle McHugh. Gladys Mumaw, Leroy Owen, Maryanna 
Pfahler, John Salomone, Harold Schlegel, Preston Sprunger. 



BUYERS' GUIDE 



AND 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



THE 1941 



CHESTNUT BURR 



219 



Abbott. Dorothy Isabellc, Fr Ill 

Abbott, Robert Sutton. Tr 85. 86 

Abbott. Vcrdabelle. Jr 86. 156 

Acker. Paul T.. Ir 86 

Ackley. Betty Marie. Sr 7.'. 155. 164, 204 

Adams. Catherine Elaine. Fr Ill 

Adams. Dorothy Winifred, So 103 

Adams, Edward John. Sr 

Adams. Jean Elise. So 101, 205 

Adams. June Ester, Jr 85, 205 

Adams. Ornian. Sr 72 

Adams. \'irginia Jane, Fr HI 

Adams. \'irginia Mae, Fr Ill 

Adams, William Homer, So 43, 105 

Ahonen, Arne E., So 99 

Alberts. Robert. So 9sl. lu^9 

Alberter. Fred F., Fr Ill 

Alden, Paul. So 99, 179 

Aldineer. Russel L.. Fr Ill 

Aldrich. William C. Fr Ill 

Alexander. Dice C.. Sr -1. 72 

Alexander. Morton. Fr Ill 

Alexander, Sara E., Fr Ill 

Alexoff, Romie M.. Fr Ill 

Allen. Alma L., Fr 111. 163 

.\IIen. Anna K.. Sr 

Allen. Beverly L.. Fr Ill 

Allen. Frances M.. So 65, 104 

Allen, Margaret A.. So 108 

Allen. Merry C. Tr 84, 86, 133, 173, 197, 217 

Allen. Nancy T.. Fr HI 

Aliendorf. Rita' I.. Sr 72, 160. 193 

Allison. \'irginia M.. So 106 

Alogdelis. Tames. Sr 21. 183 

Alstott. Edgar L.. So 45. 104 

Altmann. Berton G.. Jr 45. 86. 189 

Altmann. Teanne M., So 104 

Alvord. Alta M.. Jr 164 

Amacher. Gertrude E.. Fr Ill 

Amon. Viola M.. So 104. 160 

Amstadt, Richard A., So 98 

Anderson. Frank O.. Jr 181 

Anderson. Helen. Fr Ill 

Anderson. James J.. Jr 

-Anderson. Jean A.. So 105, 163 

Anderson. Kenneth L.. Jr 86 

Anderson. Willis S., So 99 

Andreas. Harold M.. Jr 26, 28, 30, 44 

Andreas. Harriet. Fr Ill 

Andeoli. Arthur T.. Fr Ill 

.Andrew, Tack F.. Fr Ill 

Andrews. Tula. So. 102 

Andrews. \'elma Ruth. So 163 

Andrus. Winifred Ruth. Fr Ill 

Anglemycr. JIae Belle. Jr 85, 164 

.-\nkrom. S?ra Jane, So 107, 163 

Aniiker, Frederick March, Fr Ill 

.\nnandono. Albert Michael, Fr Ill 

Ansell, James David. Fr Ill 

Antonelii. Lillian .Marie. Jr 152. 171 

.\postolos. John George, Fr Ill 

.-\pple. Roy Sanford. Fr Ill 

.Appleby. Gertrude Vaughn. So 

Appleby. Thomas Todd. Fr Ill 

.\pplegate. Orville. Fr. _ Ill 

.-\reta. Pasqual. Spec 

.\rmeli. Minnie A.. Jr 

.Xrmitage. Russell C. Jr 86 

.Armour. John L.. Gr 164 

.Arnold. Eileen T.. Jr 86 

Arnold. Tune M., Jr 86, 190, 203 

.Arnott, Charles D.. Fr Ill 

.AronofF. Bernard. So 109 

Arthurs. Richard G.. So 108 

.Aschauer. Toseph A.. Sr 33, 35, 64. 72, 163, 164, 216 

Astrup, Bette J., Fr Ill 

Auld, Hazel M.. Fr 111. 163 

.Austin. Tames C Fr Ill 

.Averill. Seward E.. Tr 86 

Ayres. Charles H.. So 67, 100, 135, 165, 183 



Bachman. Elton G., So, - 

Bader, Robert .A.. Fr 

Baery, .Audrey M., Fr 

Baer, .Milton D., Fr 

Bahler. Catherine H., Jr. 

Bailey, Xancy L., Fr 

Bailey. Perry E.. So 

Bailie. Ivy. Sr 

Baird. Russell N., Fr. 



...99 
111 

. Ill 
111 



Ill 

164 

72 

Ill 

Baker, Robert C. Fr HI, 163 

Balder, Margery J., So 102, 160 

Baldwin, .Arthur L., So 100 

Baldwin, Charles L., Fr Ill 

Baldwin. Gladys M.. Sr 72. 171 

Baldw'in. Tune A.. Sr 64, 72 

Baldwin. Norma L.. So 99. 168 

Baldwin. Robert W.. So 99 

Bale. Clifford. Fr Ill 

Ballantyne. Quinton W., Fr Ill 

Ballard, Peggy R., Sr 72, 195 

Balser, Mary K., Sr 72, 173. 196 

Bane. Norma E.. So 99 

Bania. Chester J.. So 100 

Barber, Charles W., Fr Ill 

Barber, .Mollie, Fr Ill 

Barbuto. Tames V., Fr Ill 

Barch. Lvndell. Jr 53, 86, 131, 133, 173, 197, 213 

Bard. Harry E.. Fr HI 

Barger. Jean, Fr Ill, 155, 163 

Barnes, Robert Alfred, Jr 86, 179 

Barnes, Thomas, .So 103 

Barney. Duane Edwin. Jr 21. 22, 62, 86, 176, 189, 208 

Barnhouse. Hilda Ruth. Tr 86 

Barrett. Richard Henry. Fr Ill 

Bartholomew. Norma Ruth. Sr 72. 164 

Bartlett. Edward Charles, So 

Bartley, Harrell E., Jr 86 



Bartolomeo. Olivia. Fr Ill 

Basham, Elvanor Orene, Fr Ill 

Bates, Ivali Case, So 102, 163 

Bates, Thomas Ahern. Tr 60, 86, 131, 172, 179 

Bauer, Jack Christie, Fr Ill 

Bauer, Shirley .Anne. So 

Bauer. Willis Edgar. Jr 86 

Baughman, Isabel Eouise, Fr Ill 

Baum, Ethel .Matilda, Sr 72, 164 

Bauniberger. Marion. Fr 111. 160 

Baxter. Betty Jane. Sr 72 

Baxter. Miriam Teanne. Fr HI 

Bayless, George Harold. So 99, 179 

Baynes. Wanda Teanne. So 107, 159 

Beal, James Herbert, So 

Beal, Tosejih Leon, Sr 72 

Beal. k;,thrvn Pearl, So 

Beal, Mary Tayne, Fr Ill, 155 

Beal. \'ernon Lester. Sr 72, 152, 156, 167, 185 

Beam, Naomi Pearl. So 99 

Beam. William Clifford. So 

Beard. Doris Jean, Fr Ill, 155 

Beck, Harold X'ernon. So 

Beck. Heniy Charles. Sr 55, 72. 152 

Beckenback. Dorothy M.. So 

Becker. Lawrence Frank. Jr 86 

Becker. Marie Gertrude. Tr 86 

Becker. Paul Fred. Tr ' 182 

Beckwith. Clifford Frank. Fr 61, 111 

Beckwith, Richard Eugene, So 171 

Beckwith. Robert Earl. Fr 111. 167 

Beech. Charlotte Elizabeth. So 99 

Beery, Eli W., Fr 40, 45, HI, 181 

Beetem, Max. So 

liegg. Betty. Fr 111. 155 

Begg. George F., Jr 

Beier, Barbara A.. Fr Ill 

Belcher. Edna E.. So 103, 176, 193 

Bell, Tuanita G., Fr HI 

Bell. Marjorie T.. Fr Ill 

Bell. William H.. Jr 

Bender. Janice L.. Fr Ill 

Benjamin. Delmar E.. Fr Ill 

Benko. Josef .A.. So 45 

Benning. Leora M.. Spec 

Benson, Caesar F.. Fr HI 

Benson. Margaret .A.. So 108. 160 

Benson. Norman F.. Fr m 

Bereit. Arnold E.. Tr 86. 163, 179, 209 

Beres. Robert D., Fr m 

Berg. Thomas C, Jr 83 

Bergdorf. Clarence A., So 102, 185 

Berger, Roy N.. Fr m 

Berich. Sally A.. Jr 'Z 

Berno. Dolores H.. F'r HI 

Bernstein. Ivatherine L.. Jr 86 

Rerridge. Donna G.. Sr 72 

Bert. Ruth A.. Fr m 

Ilertschi. Jessie I^.. Fr m 

Best. Miriam A.. Fr ni 

Heuck. Robert T.. Jr 86 

Heuoy. Donald O.. Fr ni. 163 

Bevilacqua. Margaret L., So 86 

Beyer. Donald E.. So 

Beynon, Thomas W'.. So 

Biachofsky. Margaret M.. So 99 

Biales. Karl, So 100 

Biasella. Clara T^illian, Jr 65, 66, 86, ies, 212 

Kiasella, Edmund, So 21, 24 

Bibbs, Lola J., Jr 

Bieger. .Allan .A.. Fr 11] 

I3iggins. Dorothy E., Fr m 

Birkner. Richard. .So 

Bishop. Eloise E.. Fr Ill 

Bishop. Leona D.. So 99, 193 

Bishop, Mary Jane, Fr HI 

Bittner, Johnny, Fr Ill 

Bittner, Tom E., Fr Ill 

Bjorson, Louise E., So 107 

Black. Calle J.. Fr m 

Black. Rosemary T^.. So 104 

Black. Virginia M.. Fr HI 

Blackburn. Marion F., Sr 72 

Blackstock. lames G., Sr 21, 24 39 72 

Blair, Don .A.. Fr m 

Blair. Joseph S.. Jr 86, 129, 150, 152, 155, 167 

Blair, Richard W., So 

Blanchard. William, Sr 

Blaser, Ted W.. Fr Ill 

Bloom. Gretchen N., Spec 

Blue, Marguerite T., Jr 

Board, Ruth N., Fr Ill 

Boardman. Earle M.. Fr HI 

Boccia. Gene F., Jr 86. 164 

Boda, John. Fr HI, 164. 168 

Boddy. Donald J.. Fr 111. 164 

Boden. .Albert. Spec lOO 

Boecker. .Alita .A., So 53, 58, 103, 120. 121, 1.59. 

163, 164, 168 

Boedeker, Charlotte, Sr 72, 168, 192 

Boehm, Louise J.. So 103 

Boehm. Marjorie. So 195 

Boerio. .Arniand L.. Fr HI 

Boesch. John. So 99 

Boffo. Louis H.. Fr ill 

Bognar. Julius. Sr 72, 132, 133 

Bohn, Musser E., So 101 

Boli, Perlee P.. Fr Ill 

Boliantz. William. Sr 21, 24, 26, 28. 40, 72, 164 

Bolin, Russell C, Sr 

Boltz. Fern V.. Tr 86 

Bonar. Milton L. Sr 73, 188 

Bond, Glen E.. Fr HI 

Bond. Rhea I.. So 99, 163 

Bond. Richard. Spec 

Bonesteel. Kenneth E.. So 

Bonsteel. .Alberta R.. So 

Book, Twylah M., Fr HI 



Eoorom, \'incent L., So 

Boorstein. Leonard R.. Fr HI 

Borofka, Toanne L, So 50, 101, 164 

Borton, Joseph C, So .66, 99, 189 

Bortz, Fred A.. Tr 86 

Bosworth. Tean A.. So lOI, 201 

Both, Rose M.. So 104 

Bothel, Richard L., Fr Ill 

Bott, Harold, So 

Boucek, Carolyn, F'r Ill 

Bower, Mary S.. So 195 

Bowersock. Betty .A.. Fr HI 

Bowles. Agnes I., So 100 

Bowles, Betty £)., Jr 86, 155, 163, 168, 190, 202 

Bowman, Leonard, So 

Boyd, Emmet W., Jr 47 

Bovd, Helen Pauline, Fr HI, 155, 164 

Boyd, Jack C. So 105, 181 

Bovd, Melvin L., Jr 86 

Boyle, Edward T., Jr 27, 31, 84, 87, 152, 181 

Boyle. Roy E.. Sr 73, 187 

Bozzo, Mary L.. So 105 

Bracken. Peggv Tane. So 109, 190 

Braden, Ralph C, Jr 18, 87, 163, 167, 183 

Bradley, Dane E., Fr Ill 

Bradley, Emma M., Fr HI, 163 

Bradley, Noah H., Fr Ill, 163 

Brainard, Betty J.. So 104 

Brainard. Evelyn L., So 104 

Brake, -Arden L, So 103 

Brakefield, Louie L, Fr HI 

Brandt, Mary D., Jr 49, 87, 171, 195 

Branson, H. Todd, Fr 110, HI 

Bratton, Norma M.. Sr 73. 156, 163 

Brown. Madeline N.. Fr Ill, 155, 160 

Braverman. Harold A., So 

Breen. Betty L. So 99. 215 

Breetz. Louis D.. Sr 73, 167 

Brenemaii. June L.. Jr 87, 155, 160 

Brenner, Jeanne. Sr 7S 

Brewbaker. Agnes R.. Fr Ill, 163 

Brickley, Carol I.. F'r Ill 

Bridges, John M.. Jr 45, 87 

Briers. Eugene H.. Sr 73, 172. 187 

Brigeman. Fred W.. So 101 

Briggs. Henrv C. Tr 84, 87, 167, 189 

Briggs. Willard J.. Fr Ill 

Brillhart. Beatrice A.. Fr HI 

Brimberry. Paul R.. Fr 19, HI 

Bringo, .Anne B.. Fr Ill 

Britt. John L. Fr HI 

Brock, Ruth .M.. So 98, 171, 193, 209 

Brode, Elvin L.. Spec 

Brodie. Edwin T.. So 99, 160 

Brogneaux. Susanne G., jr 87, 163, 199 

Brokaw, Billie J.. So 104 

Brooks, Loder I.. Fr '""!lll 

Brooks, Holland, Fr m, I83 

Broscoe, Norman. So 

Brott. Elmer R., Fr ZZZZZ-'ZaU 

Brown. .Archie. F'r m 

Brown. Carolyn M., Fr ^^m 

Brown, Charles E., Fr HI 

Brown. Edith L.. Sr 155, 201 

Brown, Elizabeth, Spec [ 

Brown, Geraldine V.. Sr 73. 193, 208, 209 

Brown, Hugh, So 

Brown, John W.. Fr HI 

Brown. Margie M.. So 107, 195 

Brown. Marion. Fr m 

Brown. Marjorie. So 104 

Brown. Mary L.. Jr ",.87 

Brown, Paul F.. So 104 

Brown. Ralph D.. Fr m 

Brownewell. Charles E., Fr ""ill 

Brozio, Beverly I)., Jr 87, 196 

Brubaker. Harry M., Sr 73 

Brubaker. Paul E.. So "I"Iio3 

Brumbaugh. Elmer. Fr m 

Brumter. Elizabeth V.. Fr l.lll 

Bruner. Geraldine K.. F'r Ill, 163 

T^ruilner. Betty .M.. Tr 87 

Brust. Robert C.. So.' l'"io6 

Bryan, Harold, Tr 

Bryan. Odela. Fr. IH 

Bryson. Thelma L. So 104 

Bucher. Tola D.. Fr Ill 

Bueck. Robert. Jr 163, 167, 189 

Buelow. Verna M.. Fr HI, 159 

Bulger. Helen Elizabeth. Fr m 

Buller. Olympia A., Jr 87 

Bunigardner. .Albert t>., Fr HI 

Bunell. Betty V.. Fr 73. 193, 208, 209 

Burgner. James R., Fr m 

Burhans.. Ralph W.. Fr m 

lUirke. Thomas M.. Sr yi^ 188 

Burkhardt, June E.. l^r m 

Burkhardt. Mary E., Fr. m 

Burley, Charles W.. Fr HI 

Burns. Betty M.. Fr HI 

Burr. Doris E., Fr HI 

Burriss, Marjory J,. Jr 87 

Burriss. Richard Clark. Fr Ill 

Burson. Shirley J.. Fr Ill, 155, 195 

Burton, Helen I... Fr Ill 

Burwell. Richard Eugene. Jr 87, 163 

Burzloff. Elizabeth W., Jr 87, 160 

Busch, John F., Jr 87 

Rush. liarrv R.. Fr Ill 

Butler, Bernis A.. Fr Ill, 163 

Butler. Robert H.. F'r Ill 

Butler. Thomas A.. So 104, 167 

Buyarowiez, Stella M., So 101 

Buzlulencia, George, Tr 183 

Byers, .Alton B., Fr." HI 

Byers. I-Torence. Tr 198 

Byrne, Eleanor Hope, So 105, 197, 208, 209, 217 



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by 

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Two Locations 

Kent Ravenna 



Cacioppa. Mary. Fr Ill 

Cadv. George \\'.. Fr Ill 

Cady, William J., Jr 87 

Cain, Robert K., Jr 

Cairns, Hugh, Fr Ill 

Caldwell, lanet E., So 100 

Caldwell, lune R., Jr .49, 87, 195 

Callahan, lames W., Fr Ill, 163 

Callahan, Raymond A., Fr Ill, 167 

Calta. Joe F.. Jr 84, 87, 156, 185 

Cameron. Harry G,, Fr Ill 

Camp, Harry \V., Sr 73 

Campbell, Betty M.. Ir 109, 160. 203, 213 

Campbell, George W., Ir 87, 151, 212 

Campbell, Mary I.. Fr Ill 

Camplejohn, Peggy J., So .98 

Caniglia. Achille T., So 101, 164 

Cannon, Phyllis M., Fr Ill 

Cardarelli. James E.. So 

Cardinal. Tames R., Fr Ill 

Carlozzi. Marietta L., Sr 73, 175, 196 

Carlson. Arnold X., Fr Ill 

Carlson, John R.. Fr Ill 

Carlson. William A., So 108 

Carr. Alvce L.. Fr Ill 

Carr. Charles E.. So 106, 164 

Carrell. Henrietta, So 102 

Carrico. Tames L.. Fr Ill 

Carroll. Elizabeth M., Fr Ill 

Carroll, lane I.. Fr Ill 

Carroll. Marv [ane. Fr Ill 

Carrcthers, Carl E., Fr Ill 

Carson, Anita M., Fr Ill 

Carson, Clyde L., Jr 87 

Carson, Edward E., Fr Ill 

Carson, James E., Fr Ill, 163 

Carter. Norvin P.. Spec 164 

Caruso, .'\nthony. Fr Ill 

Carv, Carolyn T., Fr Ill 

Cary. Ralph W.. Fr Ill 

Cassidy. Helen F.. Sr 

Cathan. Hilda J., Jr 87, 163 

Cavanaugh. Dan J.. So 99 

Cavanaugh. Ronald J.. Jr 87 

Celinscak, Kathleen M., Fr Ill 

Cliadwick, Marjorie H.. So 105 

Chamberlain. Carol (,!.. Fr Ill 

Chamberlin. Arlene R.. So 107, 164, 203 

Cliambers. Leslie M., F'r HI 

Cliamplin, Isabelle L., Sr 

Chandler, Roselia M.. Jr 87, 156, 163 

Chapman. Fdgar H.. Tr 87 

Chapman. Faye K., Sr 152, 155, 168, 204 

Chapman. Frank R.. So 108, 189 

Chapman. Jeanne Y.. So 104. 205 

Chapman. Mae E.. So 150. 153, 191 

Charters. Marcielle T.. Fr Ill 

Chase. Norman G.. Jr 87, 181, 208 

Chatham, Gweneth .\1., Jr 87 

Chaykowski, Stella, Jr 87 

Chelovitz, Catiierine V., Jr 87 

Chesleski. Edward J Jr 21, 24 

Chesnak. Agnes E., So 

Chigges, Gus J.. Tr 87, 133, 172, 189 

Chiverton, Alice M.. Fr HI, 163 

Chlysta. Charles. Fr. Ill 

Chovan, Daniel T., So 

Christ. Rose C, Fr Ill 

Christian, Enola E., So 99, 159, 193 

Christian. Rosalie T.. So 100, 159 

Christian. Walter H., Fr Ill 

Christy. Elma D., Spec 

Christy. Raymond L.. Fr Ill 

Church. Darwin R.. So 21, 45, 103 

Church, Elizabeth D., Jr 87, 168, 203 

Cimorell, Dolores M., Fr 171 

Ciresi, Joseph J.. F'r Ill 

Cirincione. Joseph C, So 108 

Clapp. Marian R., So 

Clapper, Margaret, Fr Ill, 168 

Clark, Carol N., Fr 111. 160 

Clark. Charles Edwin, Jr 47, 88 

Clark, Eleanor H., So 197 

Clark. Eugene, Jr 88, 156, 168 

Clark, Francis C, Fr Ill 

Clark. George R.. Fr HI 

Clark. Louise I., So 156, 201 

Clark. Margaret L., Tr 88 

Clark, Martha J., So 99, 155 



Clark, Paul T., Fr. 

Clark, Richard M., So 

Clark, Robert J., Fr 

Clark. Ruth M.. So 

Clark. William R., So 

Clarke. Curtis E.. Spec 

Clawson. .Alice J.. So. 

Clawson. Virginia R.. Fr. . 

Clay, Dain E.. So 

Clavpoole. Frances T.. Jr... 
Coblentz. Robert C, So. . 

Cochran. Merle C, Tr 

ColTeen. Althea M., "Fr 

Cohen. Lester R., Fr 

Coiaizzi. Raymond H.. Fr. 

Colby, Mary J.. Fr 

Cole, Clarence P., So. 



.109, 152 



..III 
175, 178 

Ill 

104 

66. 189 



104 

Ill 

108 

.84, 88, 152, 155, 156, 159 

164 

181 

Ill 

_ Ill 

Ill 

Ill 

104 



Cole, Helen V.. So 152, 159 

Cole, Kenneth F., Jr 88 

Cole, Lee A., So 

Cole. Viola L.. So 106 

Cole, Virgil A.. Jr 88, 104 

Colley. Barbara E., Fr Ill, 155 

Colley. Lois V.. So 108, 163 

Collins. Tack E., Fr Ill, 164 

Collins, William A.. Fr Ill 

Collister, William S., So 21, 99, 182, 215 

Combs. Betty T.. Tr 88 

Conant. Helen V., Sr 163 



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Kent 

Phone 3614 



Conartl, Ray H., Jr 

Condos. George S.. So 101 

Cone. Mildred L., So 104 

Cone, Richard H.. Fr Ill 

Cone, Vernon C, F'r Ill 

Conger, Cliarlotte C. So 

Conkle. Robert A., Fr Ill 

Connolly, Thomas J., So 102, 189 

Conner, Max W., Sr 26, 27, 28, 29 

Conner, Wayne R.. So 102 

Conroy, Harry J.. Jr 

Convvell, Thomas H., Fr Ill 

Cook. Bessie A., Spec 

Cook, Betty T.. Fr Ill 

Cook, Doris E., Fr Ill 

Cook, Elizaljeth E.. Sr 159, 168 

Cook. James D.. Fr Ill 

Cook, Marguerite E., Fr 61, III, 149, 150, 167 

Cook, Marjorie M., Fr Ill 

Cook, Robert E., Ir 62, 88, 149, 150, 163. 183, 209 

Cook. Wilford T.. Fr lU 

Cooley, Charles F., Sr 

Cooper, Anita L., F'r Ill, 160 

Cooper. Francis M., Fr HI 

Cope, Alan E., Jr 168 

Cope, Jerome A., Sr 45 

Cope, William E., Fr Ill 

Cordea, George, So 67. 99, 176, 182 

Cornell, George W., So 98 

Cornett, Agnes H., So 104 

Correll, Lorin E., So 101, 182 

Cosby. Eileen E., Fr Ill 

Coscia, Joseph V., Jr - 88, 187 

Cotton, Dale A.. So 109. 163 

Coven. Betty M.. Jr 88, 167, 168 

Coventry, Tames A., So 160 

Cowell, Jane L., Jr 88, 156, 163 

Cowie, Charlotte M., Fr Ill 

Cox, DeWitt, C, Jr 88 

Coxe, Lloyd L., Spec 

Craft, Ellen C, Spec 88, 160 

Cramb, Tack. Fr Ill 

Cramer, Miriam G., Fr Ill, 160 

Crampton, Betty ]., Sr 131, 152, 173, 216 

Crawford, Fred, Jr 39, 40, 88 

Crile. Iro L.. Sr 156 

Crites, Hilda I., Fr Ill 

Croakman, Monetta A., Fr HI 

Crofoot, Frank E., So 40. 101. 144 

Crook, Ruth E.. Fr Ill, 163 

Croplev, William D., Jr 88, 177, 178 

Cross, Miltun B.. Jr 88, 181 

Crossen. Charles R.. So 

Crosser, Ctcile K.. Fr Ill 

Crothers. Thomas E., Sr 

Crotty, Robert G.. Fr 111. 164 

Crowell. Dorothy A.. Fr 111. 155 

Crozier. Jeanne F.. Fr 111. 155, 164 

Crumley, Robert M., Jr 

Crutchfield, Mary B., So 98. 193 

Cuddeback. Jeanne G.. Jr 88 

Cukrov. Mildred T.. So 156. 168 

Culhan. Jean E.. Sr 156, 171, 193 

Culler, Dorothy M., Fr Ill, 155 

Culler, Gaultine N., So 

Culler. Tames A., So 

Cully, Richard T., Fr Ill 

Culver, Robert C., So 104 

Cunningham, Donald 1., So 104 

Curtiss, Frank G-, Grad 

Curtiss, Neil. Fr Ill 

Custer. Lawrence C, Fr HI 

Cutler, Ruth L., Sr 

Czuha, Michail, Fr Ill 

Dagg, Josephine E., So 101, 163 

Dailey, Janet, So 99 

Dailev, Patricia, Fr Ill 

Dalbey, Evelyn I., Fr Ill, 163 

Danforth, Jlerlin E., Fr Ill 

Daniels, Gerald C. Jr 88, 155 

Danner, Alice M., Fr Ill, 155 

Daprano, Lucille M., So 105 

Darner, Jean P., Fr Ill 

Harrow, John N.. Fr Ill, 135 

Datesh, Aurelia, F'r Ill 

Daubenspeck, Marjorie T.. Sr 58, 74, 122, 155, 192 

David, Herman H., Sr 19, 131 

Davidian, Bert U., Sr 208, 215 

Davidson, June A., So 141, 195 

Davidson, Norwood W.. Fr Ill 

Davidson. Phyllis A.. Fr Ill 

Davies, William H., Fr Ill 

Davis, Dean W., So 109 

Davis, George L., Jr 

Davis, James G., Sr 

Davis, Kenneth C, Fr Ill, 152, 164 

Davis. Margaret E., So 104 

Davis. May H.. So 104 

Davis. Philip T., So _ 

Davis. Phyllis J.. Fr Ill, 155, 160 

Davis, Ruth, Fr Ill 

Davis. Thomas L.. So 164 

Dawson. Robert G.. So 99 

Day, Tanet S., So 99, 201 

Deal, Robert W., So 101, 143, 167 

Decker, Bill A.. Jr 

Dedinsky. Edward. Jr 88, 185 

Dedinskv, William R., Fr .....Ill 

DeForest, Robert A., Fr Ill 

DeGeorge, Bernice D., So 

DeC.iralomo. Anthony. So 164. 185 

Digutis. Magdalen M.. Fr Ill 

Dehoff. Marjorie T., Jr 83 

Deitle. Charles U.. So 104 

DeTute. James, Tr 88, 163, 208 

Delahan, William G.. Fr 111. 167 

Dclaney. Margaret L.. Jr 88, 163 



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DeLoss. Warren H., Fr Ill 

Delsantro, Tohii E., Fr Ill 

Delzell. Harold \V.. Fr Ill 

DeMass, Robert M.. Fr Ill 

Deming, Tarvis R., Jr 88, 135, 163 

Deming, Roy. Jr ,SS, 155, 163 

Dempsev. Rosemary, Tr 88, 160 

Deiieke. Lois M.. Fr.' Ill, ;63 

Dengcl. Walter M.. Jr 1?4 

Deniston. Dale R.. So 101 

DePalo, Toe E.. Fr Ill 

D«Simio. Lucv M. Sr 74, 156 

Deuvall. Dorothy M.. So - 

Devecka. Ann. Spec _ „ 164 

Devine, Patricia T.. Jr S.S, 199 

DeVos, Gertrude E., Sr 74, 163, 167 

DeWitt. Virginia L.. So 101, 16S 

Deyell. \'irginia E., Fr .....Ill 

DeVoung. John T.. Tr 

Dick, Virginia JI., So 106 

Dickerhoof, Charles A., Fr HI 

Dickerhoof. Marie F,, Tr 88 

Dickson. Kenneth W., tr 45, 88, 181 

Diday. William C. So 101 

Diefentach, Teanne E.. So lOO 

Dietz, Margaret R., Tr 88 

Difford, Leo W., Sr 74, 167. 189 

Dillon. Dorothy R., Sr 74 

Diltz, IJonnelly R.. Jr 88 

Dingledine. Lewis C Sr 74 

Dinsmore. Elgie B.. So 109, 163 

Disinger, Louis E.. Sr 

Ditto, Betty T., Fr Ill 

DiVencenzo, Mary E.. Fr Ill, 152, 159 

Dixon. Ola G.. Fr Ill, 163 

Doak, Tane A.. So 98, 193 

Dobbins, Aletta R.. So 159 

Dobransky. Michael T.. So 

Dodds. Paul R.. Fr Ill 

Doehla, Howard J.. Tr 89. 135 

Dolenc. Emily A.. Fr Ill 

Dolly, Madge' T.. Tr 89 

Domer, Sara E.. Jr 89, 155 

Domoracki, Toseph. Tr 

Donald. David. So 101, 135 

Donaldson, Delia. So 101 

Donelson. Josean E.. Fr Ill 

Douglass. Eleanor M.. So 101, 168 

Douglass. Jean E.. Jr 89, 168 

Dover. Clarence J.. So. 31, 108 

Dowding, Dave. So 64 

Dowding, Ben. So 100, 167 

Dowds. Helen M., So 205 

Downs, Edward M.. Sr 33, 74, 179 

Dragga, Charles. Fr Ill 

Drasdo. Marion E., Sr 74, 164, 168 

Dray. Bonita N.. Tr 176, 190, 193 

Dreger, Edwin K.. Fr 61. Ill 

Drenkhan. Teanne L.. Tr 89 

Drew. Robe'rt D.. Fr. ,' 111. 160. 139 

Drews. Robert W.. So 100, 177, 179 

Drongowski, Stanley J., Jr 21. 22, 89 

Druckenmiller. Morris F.. Fr 111. 16^ 

DuBois. Harriet. Fr Ill, 155, 163. 163 

Duenkler. Arno H.. Fr HI 

DufF, Elizabeth R.. So 

Dull. Rosella L.. Jr 89. 156, 163, 163 

Duly. .^nne. So 

Dumvak. Helen D.. So _ 102 

Duncan. Donald E.. Sr 74, 189 

Duncan, Forrest E., So 

Duncan, Forrest R., Fr Ill 

Dunlap. lean. So 102, 199 

Dunlap. Mary E.. Fr HI 

Dunlap. Mary L.. Sr 74 

Dunn, .-^nna L., Sr 200 

Dunmire. Virginia E.. So 101 

Durtlinger. Margaret A.. Fr Ill 

Durkott. Helen S.. So 109, 160 

Durkott, Irene L.. Sr 

Dusenberry. Doris I., Tr 89, 168 

Dutton. Beth. Fr Ill 

Duvall. Dorothy. So 104 

Duzy, Robert H.. Fr Ill 

Dwyer, Martha E.. Fr Ill 

Dziama. Peter M., Tr 89 



9, 164 



Earhart. Charles E.. Jr 

Echelberry. Mary E., Sr 

Eckbloom. Dessa T., Fr Ill, 163 

Eddy, Katherine M., Sr 74, 164, 204 

Edgar. Guerdon H.. So 104 

Edgar. Phillip. Spec 156 

Edgell. Gerald B., Fr Ill 

Edgerton, Dave L., So 99, 163 

Edmiston. Charles W., Sr 181 

Edmondson, Harold S.. Fr Ill 

Edmondson. Tames O., Fr Ill 

Edwards, Don A., Fr Ill 

Edwards, Don L., Fr Ill 

Edwards, Dorothy J., So 103. 160 

Eichenlaub. Mary C, So 104, 190, 201 

Eichorn, Charles D.. So .99, 177, 179. 209 

Eisenhart. William E., So 21, 189 

Eisenman. Arthur E., Sr 

Ek, Edith M., Tr 

Eklund. Lars II.. So - 103 

Elliott. Helen E., So _ 106, 163 

Elliott, Terold E., Fr 111. 163 

Ellis, Carl T.. Tr _ :....84, 89, 160 

Ellis, Evelyn "T., So 101 

Elton, Marianne R., Fr Ill 

Elwood. Robert M.. Jr 89, 187 

Emerick. Donna D.. Spec 

Emmanuel. Tuanita T.. Fr Ill, 160 

Emmitt. Richard D., Sr 

Emmons. Edna N.. Grad - 

Engel, Ralph C, So _.. 109 



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Epley. Dean G.. Tr 85. 156 

Epperson. Helen t., Fr Ill, 163 

Epperson, Ruth L., So 102, 163 

Epps. Emilv T.. Tr S9 

Erickson, Charles T., Sr 131, 187 

Erickson. Robert C. Tr 89, 164, 167. 185 

Ericksson. Esther JI., Fr 59, 111 

Eriser. Robert J., So - 40 

Erlewine. Kathryn E., So 101 

Ernsbemer. Carroll E., Jr 89, 179 

Ertley. Carl \V.. Fr Ill 

Ervin. John B.. Grad - 

Erwin. X'elma B.. Jr 

Eschbacker. lean E., Fr Ill, 155, 160, 163 

Esping. Mabel J.. Jr 89. 155, 163, 164 

Esselburn. Margaret E.. Fr -HI 

Essig. Carl F.. Tr 89 

Estes, Emily L.. Fr Ill 

Estochin. Frank T.. Sr 183 

Etter. Toel B., Sr 181 

Etz. Tuhn B.. Fr Ill 

Eubanks, Marvin J., Fr Ill 

Evans, Doreen, Fr HI 

Evans. Elaine H.. So 104, 136, IW 

Evans, lean F., Tr 89, 135, 164, 200 

Evans, Tohn N.. So 101, 179 

Evans, Tulia \'., So 203 

Evans. Kalhrvn E., Fr Ill 

Evans. Kathryn L,. Fr Ill 

Evans, Raymond H.. Jr 

Evans, Robley D.. Jr 89, 139, 141 

Everett, Elaine B.. So - 103 

Evre, Winona E., Sr _ 131, 173, 215 

Eyster, Charles, So 99 

Faber. Gloria E., Fr _ HI, 160 

Factor. Beatrice E.. Fr HI 

Fagert. Hazel C. So ,203 

Fagert, Pauline V-. Sr 203 

Faglev, Louise K., So _ 108, 163 

Fair. Frank F.. Fr HI 

Fairchild. William D,. So 

Falcone, Carmen. Sr 

Falk, Anita M., So 101 

Fankhauser, Marjorie E., So 108, 163 

Farkas, Sam D., Sr 75, 164 

Farmer. Zada M„ Fr Ill, 164 

Farinacci. John F.. Spec 

Farris. Joseph T., Fr Ill 

Farson, Ralph E., So - 106 

Farwell, Richard W„ Fr HI 

Faulkner. Donald E,. Fr Ill 

Faust. Eliene E., So 

Fedor, Paul, Fr Ill 

Feduniak, Mike, Jr 21, 23. 26, 27. 31, 39, 62, 89 

Feduniak. Steve, Sr 75 

Feicht, Shirley J., So 109 

Feldstein, George H., Spec _ 

Feldstein, Ruth K., Fr Ill 

Fenko, Edward A,, Fr Ill 

Fenn, .\rlene M,. So „ 101 

Fenn, Matthew T., Fr Ill, 131, 216 

Fenton. Eileen M., Jr 89 

Fenton. Ruth A,, So 

Ferenchak, Emmy M., Jr 89, 171 

Ferguson, Bud A., Fr „ Ill 

Ferguson. Ralph K., Fr Ill 

Fern. Stewart E., Spec 172 

Ferrini, Gino P., Jr 89 

Ferris. Manette L., Spec 

Fetterman, Robert J., So 109 

Fettv. Kenneth D.. Fr HI 

Fetzer. Norman L„ So 57, 101 

Field, Carl R., Fr HI 

Figliulo. Vincent P.. Sr 75 

Fike. Peggy F., So 102, 197 

Filiatrault, Jeanne A,, Jr 

Findley, Bernice H., Fr Ill 

Fink, Evelvn L.. Jr 

Finnegan. Philip F.. Sr. ,..„ 75, 163, 168 

Finnev. Edna M.. Fr Ill 

Finnev. Robert W., Fr Ill 

Fish. Elvina R.. Fr HI 

Fisher, Joe J.. Fr HI 

Fisher, Oran V.. Tr 

Fisher. Richard R„ Fr Ill 

Fisher, Wilbur G.. So 

Fisher, William T, Fr _ Ill 

Fitch, Virginia M.. Jr 89 

Fites, Gilbert G., Fr Ill 

Fitzgerald, Helen. So 102 

Flad. Paul, So 101 

Flaherty, Joseph P.. Fr Ill 

Flamant. Paul W,. Fr Ill 

Fleder. Franklyn E., Tr 89 

Fleischer. George A., Tr 84, 89. 131, 132, 133, 

152, 155, 172, 178, 213 

Flinn. Fred T,, Fr - HI 

Floersheimer, Natalie, Sr 66, 71, 134, 135, 173, 196 

Flvnn, David T.. Jr 84, 89, 189 

Foltin. Stephen, Sr 75, 181 

Foltz. Mary T., Sr 75, 131, 152, 190, 202 

Foote, Pauline T.. So 102, 163 

Foote. Richard F., So 181 

Forbes. William C., Spec 

Ford. Henry O.. Fr Ill 

Ford, Paul L., Fr HI 

Ford. Sue, Fr Ill 

Forster, Betty J.. Fr - HI 

Fortunate, Joseph, Fr Ill 

Foster, Mary E., So 

Foster. Ruth E.. So 102, 195 

Fouser. John P.. Fr _ Ill 

Foust. Margaret. Fr Ill 

Fowler, Jack H., Sr 75, 131, 183 

Fo.x, Carl A,, So 106 

Fox, Genevieve E,. So 102 

Fox, Vincent L., So 



Francis. LaVerne M.. So 106 

Franczak, Mildred E., Fr HI 

Frank, Ralph W., So 163 

Frankie, Joseph J.. Sr 

Erase, Lenora M., Jr 89, 163 

Eraser. Robert S.. F'r HI 

Frederick. .Mice M.. Fr Ill, 160 

French. Elfreda L., So. —.104 

French. Marilvn E.. So 102 

Frevensee. Stuart H.. Fr HI, 168 

Friar. Clyde L., Tr .47, 67, 89, 172, 179 

Fricker, tean K.. Fr HI 

Friedland. Elaine P.. So 102, 160 

Frisbv. William T.. So 

Frost. Bernard E.. Fr Ill 

Fry. Robert R., Tr 43, 89, 160, 189 

Fu'gman. Harold W„ Fr HI 

Fuller, Phyllis F., Fr HI 

Fuller, Warren E., Fr HI 

Fulmer, I'"rances H.. Fr Ill 

Funk. Arthur W.. Sr 185 

Furcolow. Helen J., So 89, 155, 171 

Galier. Adelvn M., Fr Ill 

Gallagher, Raymond M., Fr 110, 111 

Galla.gher, Robert T., So 100 

Gallivan. \'incent E.. Fr Ill 

Galizio. Helen L.. Fr HI 

Galloway. Martha L.. So 62, 104 

Galpert. Nathan I., So 

Ganas, Tames T.. Tr 

Gantz, David C, So 21, 24 

Ganyard, Dale C. So 101, 163 

Gardner, Gladys. Fr Ill 

Gardner. William G., Fr Ill, 163 

Garrison, Rosemary, Fr Ill 

Garthwaite. Marjorie M., So 102, 195 

Gatts. Lowell A.. Tr .90, 155 

Gavagan. Thomas T.. Fr HI, 171 

Gaylord. Howard R.. Fr Ill 

Geckler. Myrtle G., Fr HI. 163 

Gehrman. Jack D.. So 100 

Geiger. Ebert ^1., So 

Geist, Barbara C, So 100 

Geitgey, Alvin J.. Fr Ill, 133, 176 

Geitgey. Mack L.. Sr 75. 151 

Gensler. Karl E.. So 

George. Salem K.. So 107 

Gephart. Clifford R.. Fr Ill, 163 

Gerber, Dorothy E.. Jr 90 

Gerber, Goldie B.. So 102, 168 

Gerber. Warren W., So 65, 101, 171 

Gerberich, John B., Spec 

Gialesis, Dorothv. Tr 90 

Gibson. Martha H.."So 102, 155 

Gii=fels. Robert W., Fr Ill 

Gifford, Tack A„ Sr 75, 160, 163, 187 

Gifford. Roy G.. Fr Ill, 182 

Gilbert, Florence M., Fr HI 

Gilbert. Roy L., So 103 

Gilchrist, Mary E,. Fr ...Ill 

Gilchrist, Shiela, Fr Ill 

Gilcrest, Carol, So .99, 201 

Gilcrest, Tean A., Sr 75, 171 

Gilcrest, Margery N,, Fr Ill, 171 

Giles, Shirley L., Jr .90, 160 

Gilham, Helen L, Sr 

Gillette, Katharine T., Fr Ill, 160 

Gillies. William H.. Tr 44, 90, 164 

Gillis. Herbert R.. So 182 

Gilronan. William V.. Fr „...66, 111 

Ginther, Robert L.. Fr HI 

Girdley. Mary J., Fr Ill, 152, 159 

Glass. Gene A.. So 107 

Glass. Wavne. Fr Ill 

Glazier, Harold E.. Fr Ill 

Glickler. Margaret M., So 107, 155 

Glenn. Jeanne A.. Fr HI 

Glenn. Ray. So 106 

Gloss. Paul H.. Tr 155, 156 

Gloss. Stanley C.. Tr 90 

Gluck. Bert M.. So". 

Gockstetter. Mary E.. Sr 75 

Godfrey. Margaret M.. Sr 75 

Goellner. Marguerite R., Fr Ill 

Goerke. Robert. Spec 

Gombert. Gordon L., Sr 75 

Gooch, Harry H.. Fr HI 

Goode. Frances, Jr 

Goodfleisch, Don M„ Fr Ill 

Goodhart, Alma A.. Fr Ill 

Goodspeed. Henry T., Fr HI 

Goodwin. Frank L,, So 

Goodwin. Roy, Jr 90 

Goodwin. Russell E.. Sr 73, 164 

Gordon. Finley M.. Fr Ill 

Gordon. Tames Y.. Tr 90 

Gordon, Martin E.. So 43, 99 

Gordon, Sam. Fr 164 

Gorham. Lewis A.. Jr HI 

Gorlich. Elizabeth H., So 164 

Goshen. Charles E., Jr 90 

Goss. Doris M., Fr Ill 

Grable. Gretchen M.. Fr Ill 

Graham. Thelma R.. Spec - 

Grahame. George O.. Jr 32, 33, 46, 84, 164 

Granata, Anthony F.. Jr 

Graner, Frank M., Spec 

Gravenstreter, Edwin E,, Fr Ill 

Graves, James H.. Fr Ill 

Gray, Doris I., Fr Ill 

Gray. Irene J., Fr Ill 

Gray, Tack E.. Sr „ , 156 

Gray. Marilyn J.. Fr Ill 

Gray, Norma E., Fr Ill 

Gray, Wilma B.. Fr Ill 

Green, Ray W.. Sr 44 

Greenamyer, Adelbert C, So 



Greening. Elbert C. Fr - Ill 

Greenisen. Loretta J., Jr .90 

Greenwood. Dorothy O., Spec 155 

Greenwood. Ruth A., Fr Ill, 159 

Greer, Robert I., Fr Ill 

Greer, Sara J., Sr 

Gregory, Doris J.. Jr .90 

Gregory, Helen M., Jr 

Gregory. Mary. Jr. „ 

Gremb. Shirley T., Fr Ill, 163 

Gresham, Virginia M.. Fr 110, HI 

Griffey. Donald M.. So - 

Griffin, Fern E.. Sr. ..._ 73, 178 

GritJin. Tames J.. Tr 

Griffiths. Charles R., Spec 

Griggv. Carl E.. Fr HI 

Grnach. Milan T., Fr HI 

Grogg. Ralph T.. Fr —HI 

Grombacher. Betty A., Sr 75, 164 

Groom. Bette L.. Fr Ill, 164 

Grooms. Jack W.. Jr 

Grossenbacher, Inez L., Fr Ill 

Grund. Vivian L, Fr HI 

Grunder. Lucille K.. So 104, 160, 163 

Gue. Bernice M.. Fr Ill 

Guiher. Tohn T., So 

Guinter." Tohn J., So 102 

Guisewite. William L., So.„.65, 67, 100, 139, 183, 217 
Gulgin. Dan E.. Sr 26, 28, 75, 164 

Haas, Clair E.. So ~ 

Habcrkost. Dean F.. Jr 

Haberkost. Robert R.. Sr 73, 182 

Haberkost. Ruth E., Fr HI 

Hacha. To Ann. Jr 90, 194, 213 

Hadsell. Wade L., Jr 

Hafer. Paul E.. So 105, 168 

Hagaman. Richard C, Fr HI 

Hagan. Constance E., Jr 90, 164, 197 

Hage. Ruth E.. Fr HI 

Haglund. Carl A.. Spec 171 

Haglund. Mrs. Wayne A., Sr - 73, 171 

Hague. Duane. So 33, 34, 99, 182 

Haaue. Robert P.. Fr HI 

Hahn. Phvllis. L.. Fr HI 

Haines. Walter C. So 106 

Hale. Evangeline L., So 102 

Hale. John F.. So 107 

Hale. Mavnard G., So 

Halev. Frances A.. So 102, 163 

Hall. Dorothv M.. Sr 

Hall. Tohn W.. So - -100 

Hall. "Mary A.. Fr Ill, 163 

Halsev. Florence E.. Tr -90 

Halsev. Robert G.. Fr Ill 

Haluska. Bertha M., Fr HI 

Hamilton, Dorothy M., So 103 

Hamilton, Rita J., Sr 75 

Hamilton. Zana C Sr 75 

Hammack. Doran A., Fr Ill 

Hammell. Donald C Sr 

Hammond. Robert F.. So 106 

Hammond. \'ernon K.. Fr Ill 

Hamontree. Paul N., Spec -...156 

Hampton. Margaret G., Jr 

Hanan. Jovce T., So 100, 164, 171 

Hancock. Clifford T.. Fr Ill 

Hancock. Alice E.. Fr Ill, 160 

Hand. Ethel L. So 101 

Hanlin. Tohn T., Jr 84, 215 

Hanna. "Tane E.. Fr Ill 

Hansen. "Robert C. So .21, 181, 209 

Happoldt, Teannette L.. So 102 

Hardman. Tewell F.. Tr 61, 90, 156, 167 

Harlan, Warren C. .Tr 90 

Harmony. Tean L.. Sr 76, 156. 205 

Harms, Delia E., Jr 90, 164 

Harney. Alice A., Sr 76 

Harper. Eileen A., So 103 

Harper, Martha E.. So 108, 168, 197 

Harper. Richard, Sr 76 

Harrington. Robert C. Sr 76 

Harrington. Robert K.. Fr Ill 

Harrington. William A., Fr Ill 

Harris. Donald H.. So 100 

Harris. Earl M., So 

Harris. Bernie G.. So 109 

Harris. Tack C. Sr 76. 131, 152, 136, 160, 172 

Harris. Tanet E., Fr HI 

Harris, j. Donald. Fr 110, 111 

Harris, "^laxine. Fr Ill 

Harris. Pearl M., Jr 164, 205 

Harrison. James J.. So 

Harry. Joseph K.. Fr Ill 

Harsh. Dorothy M., Fr Ill 

Harsh, Mildred A.. Spec 

Harsha. Alice. Jr 90, 168 

Hart. Joe A.. So 61, 108, 152, 155. 163. 167 

Harter. Helen L., Fr Ill, 193 

Harter. Phyllis M., Fr HI, 133 

Harter. Robert M.. Fr Ill 

Hartman, Ruth M., Sr -...76 

Harvey, Elaine. So 102, 124, 160, 203 

Hassan. Grace B., Spec 

Hatch, Harlan S,, Fr -Ill 

Hatch, Janice M.. Sr 76 

Hatton, Margaret E., Spec 

Hatzis, James G.. Fr Ill 

Haught, Thelma L.. Fr Ill 

Haushalter. Evelyn M., So 

Hausrath. Ellen M.. So -98 

Havens. Gwen E., Fr HI 

Hawk, Dale T., So 107 

Hawkins. Russell. H., So 108, 132, 213 

Hawlev, Donald W.. Jr 90, 189 

Hawley. Hazel E.. Fr Ill 

Hawsman. Russell F., Fr Ill 

Hayden, Jean D., Fr ...HI, 163 



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Hayes, Ruby L., Sr 76 

Haylett. James E., Jr _ — - - 

Hayne, Clementine, Jr. ...^ „ — - 90 

Hayes, Mary E., Jr. .- 50, 156, 164, 16S 

Hazen, Fessenden K., So _ 107 

Hazen, Mary E., Jr 58, 90, 190, 197, 20S, 215 

Hazen, Ruth L.. So - 58 

Hazlett, Verda L., Fr - Ill 

Hazlett, William K., Fr - - Ill 

Heapliey, Mary T., Fr Ill, 159 

Heasley. Betty f., Fr .111 

Heath, Annie J., Jr _ _ .90, 164, 197 

Hedeen. Virginia R.. So - 102, 212 

Heichel, Bertha M., Sr 76, 159, 165 

Heichel, \'ernon G., Tr SO 

Heifner, Lucille. Fr Ill, 160 

Hein, Robert \V.. So 21, 27, 31, 164, 215 

Heinz. Helen E., Jr _ 90 

Helma. Gertrude V., So 104 

Helman, Robert J., So - 106 

Helmick. Sheldon H., Spec _ _ 

Helsel, Fern A.. Fr Ill 

Heminger, Heraldine M., Fr Ill 

Hendricks. Marguerita Y., Fr _ Ill 

Henrv, Arthur R.. Fr - Ill 

Henry, Bob G.. Fr _ Ill 

Henry. William P., Jr 90 

Hensel. Marjorie A., Fr Ill 

Herljert, Henry. Jr 50 

Herrick, Mary T.. Fr Ill 

Herron, William C. Fr Ill 

Hershkowitz, Harold. So. 106 

Herzog. Alice E.. Fr Ill 

Heupel, Luella D.. Fr - Ill, 171 

Hewitt. D. James, Fr .....Ill 

Heyl. Phvllis A., Jr _ 164 

Hickev. janies E., Fr .47. HI 

Hicks.' Elaine R.. Sr 76, 171 

Hicks, Bette T.. Fr Ill 

Higgins, Tane V., So 61, 100, 167 

Higgins, John M., Jr 90, 171 

Higgins, Robert F., Fr HI 

Hill. Alice T., Fr Ill 

Hill, Richard L., Sr 43, 76, 132. 181 

Hill. R. Leonard, Jr 90, 131, 152, 160, 163, 181 

Hill, Russell L., So _ 103, 212 

Hill, William E., Fr Ill 

Hillary. Carl A., Fr Ill 

Hilling. Gloria H., Fr 111. 160 

Hilsinger. Myra E., So 103, 160, 193 

Himes. Metta V.. So 101, 168 

Hine. Lloyd L., Sr _.._ 76 

Hine. Marjorie M., Jr .90, 164, 195, 211 

Hinman, David R., Spec 

Hinkle, Ralph, Fr Ill 

Hirt, Robert L.. Sr 67, 76, 172, 189 

Hissam, Richard E., So. _ 

Hite, Lorain. Tr _ _ 

Hodge, Wiiliam G.. Jr _.. 31, 90, 164 

Hodgson, Donald L., Sr _ 76 

HofF. John L., Sr 156, 167, 183 

Hoffman, Olive C, So _ 107 

Hoffmeyer. Tune E., Tr 90, 160 

Hogan, Ann M., Fr. ..._ _...lll, 155, 160 

Hogue. Robert M., Fr _ _ ..111 

Hoiston, Estella M.. Sr 76 

Hole, Barbara A., Fr Ill 

Holgate, Wilbur C, Fr _ _ 167 

Holkko, Elma, So _ _ _ 57 

Hollett, John B., Fr. _ Ill 

Holloway. Charles P., Sr 76, 133, 160 

Holm, Alice R., Fr Ill 

Holmes. Brian W., So 

Holmes, Dorothy M.. Jr _ 51, 160 

Holmes, Emma C, Tr „ „ „ 91 

Holms, Walter I., Jr .46, 85, 91, 155, 160, 185, 213 

Holzhauser. Frederick L., Jr _..,91, 168, 179 

Homenuk. George F., Fr _.._ Ill 

Homick. Steve B., Fr Ill 

Hoobler, Mrs. Mary A., Sr _ 76 

Hood, Vernon, Fr „ _ HI 

Hook. XLary J., Fr _ Ill 

Hoover, Donald, Jr _ „ 

Hoover, Evelyn M., Jr 91 

Hopkinson. Caryl A., So „ 

Horbaly, William, So 100 

Horst. Genevieve E.. Sr _ _ 

Horton. Carole A., Fr Ill 

Horton, Margaret E., Jr _ „ 91, 163 

Horton. Yvonne. So _ 107 

Hosfield, John N., So _ 

Hoskins, Doris A., Fr. Ill 

Hostettler, Dale W., So 101 

Hostettler, Dorothy, Jr. 91, 150, 132, 156, 168, 202 

Houger. Maynard L., So 

Houser, Robert A., Fr Ill, 163 

Howard. Carroll F., Fr Ill 

Howard, Joseph W., So _ 

Howell, Arlene L., Jr 85, 155, 156, 198 

Hrabco, Louis J., So 45, 104 

Hromco, Raymond T., Sr 71, 163, 181 

Hromyak, Kathryn L., Jr _ 91, 195 

Hubbard, Dale C, So. 

Huber. Marguerite H., So. 

Hudec, William E.. Jr _ 51, 152, 185 

Hudson, Charles T., Fr Ill 

Hudson. Dorothy R., Sr 76, 156, 171 

Hudson, Lyman I., So _ „ 

Hueber, Dorothy L., Fr _ _...lll 

Huffman. Frederick, So _ 101 

Hug. Helene T., Fr _ _ Ill 

Hugill. Harry, Fr Ill 

Hulbert. Betty J., So. 109 

Hull, Arden H.. Fr Ill, 163 

Hull, Dorothy B., So. 100 

Hultberg, Dorothy L., Fr Ill 

Humphrey, Helen L., Fr. .„ _ _...lll 

Humphrey, Lucille E., Fr Ill 



Humphries, Bruce A., Fr. . Ill 

Humphries. Richard J., So 183 

Hungerford. Harriet J., Fr Ill 

Hunsicker. George A., Fr - Ill 

Hunt. Clara I., Jr 91 

Hunt. Marian V., Fr - - Ill 

Hunt, Mildred C, Jr 91, 155 

Hunter, Lillian L., So 107 

Hurd, Lucille M., Sr _ 76, 164 

Hutson, Martha T., Fr - Ill 

Hutter. Lois P., Jr 51 

Hutton. Georgia M., Fr - Ill 

Huxtahle, Robert K., Fr Ill, 135 

Hvatt, Clyde W., Sr 76 

Hyppa. Linda E., Jr. ..51 

Hyre. Marjorie A., Jr -... 

Ilirig, Jean E., Sr - 76 

Imobersteg, Elma A., Fr — Ill 

Incorvaia, Anthony F.,' So _ 

Incorvaia. Joe V., Fr _ Ill 

Ingram, Helene R., Sr _ 76, 160, 198 

Ingham, Mary E., Fr _ - _ Ill 

Ingraham, Betty J., F'r Ill 

lonno, Joseph, Fr — _...lll 

Ipacs, Lenke, Fr Ill 

Irish. Jack W., So -..138, 139, 189 

Irmiter, Theodore F., So 

Irvin. Richard C, Jr - -51 

Ir\vin, leannette H., Jr 51, 164 

Isaman. Donald E.. Jr 51, 189 

Isner, Delbert E.. Fr Ill 

Israel. Louise J., Fr _ Ill 



Jackson, Ann B., Fr 

Jackshaw. Walter E., Fr. .. 

Jackson. Eugene G., Sr 

Jackson. Grady. Fr 

Jackson, Jackie iL, Fr 

Jackson, Norma M., So 

Jacobs. Gladys R., Jr. 



Kellv, Hazel B., Jr 50, S3, 91, 118, 119, 164, 195 

Kelly. John T., So. 101, 163, 179 

Kemp, Marguerite K., Fr Ill 

Kemppel, David E., So _ 106 

Kennedy, Donald R.. Fr IH 

Kennedy. William E., Jr 51 

Kennick, W'illiam J., Spec. 

Kent, James A.. Fr 

Kent. Leonard B., Spec. 



..Ill 



...111 
...111 

76 

..111 
...111 
..168 



..51, 163, 164 



Tacobs, Jeanne C, F'r _ Ill, 164 

Jacobs, Mildred L., Jr _ 91, 160 

Jacoby. Bernard. So 102, 171 

Jacot, Marjorie E.. Jr 61, 91, 156 

Jameyson, Ruth M., Spec _ 201 

Jamison, Eleanor E., Jr 51 

Tanecek. Helen G., So - 98, 163 

janko. Violet J., Fr Ill, 164 

Janus, Helen il., Jr 91, 199 

Tazbec, Ferdinand J., Spec 67 

Tavins. Betty L., Fr Ill 

Jeckel. Lois J., Fr Ill 

Teffries, Frank A., Sr 

lefts, Priscilla L., Fr Ill 

jellinek, Harriet, Fr _ Ill 

Jenkins, John il., Spec _ 

Jenkins, Thomas W., Fr Ill, 163 

Jennings, Joe M., Fr „ _ Ill 

Tories, Otha C, So. ..- 103, 213 

Ticha, Stephie R., So 106 

jikutz, Theodore, So 105 

Johannsen, Florence M., Sr 

Johnson. Arthur W., Fr Ill 

Johnson, Barbara J., So -209 

Johnson. Chris A., Fr Ill 

Johnson, Dona B., Jr 91, 124, 125, 190, 197 

Johnson, Floyd W'.. Jr - 

Johnson, Horace, Fr Ill 

Johnson, Marcia L., So 108, 160, 197 

Johnson, Marjorie L., Fr _ Ill 

Johnson, Paul B.. So _ 98, 183 

Johnson, Richard E., Jr 43, 45, 91 

Johnson, Robert W., Sr 76 

Johnson, Thomas C Fr Ill 

Johnson, Wilhelmina P., Fr Ill 

Johnston, Jeanne M., So 100, 203, 208 

Johnston. Pauline M.. Jr 152, 155 

Johnston, Eleanor M., Sr 

Jones, Bette L, Fr Ill, 160 

Tones, Betty E., Fr Ill, 163 

Jones. Blanch A.. So 102 

Jones, Dolores M., F'r _ - Ill 

Tones. Donald E., So — 

Jones, Tames E.. Sr 18, 21, 22, 24, 25, 108, 126, 181 

Jones, Toseph J., Tr 167, 181 

Jones, Robert C, Fr _ Ill 

Jones, Robert G., Jr _ 

Tones, Robert T., So 

tones, Robert W., Fr Ill 

Jones, William E., So 100, 187 

Jones, Winnifred J., So 164 

Jordan, Catherine E.. Fr Ill 

Tordan. Norman D., Fr Ill 

justice, Helen, Fr Ill, 163 



Kadow, Ruth E., So 

Kaehler. Mary E., Fr. 
Kalita, John, Fr. 



105 

Ill 

_ Ill 

Kane, Tom H., Jr .43, 91, 164 

Kapp, Annetta L., Fr Ill, 155 

Karakul, Victor, So _ _ 

Kardatzke. Marian A., Spec _ 

Karnosh, Eileen M.. Jr „ 91 

Karnosh, Jayne P., Fr _ Ill, 164 

Kasik. Charles E., Jr 51, 184 

Katrick, Antone C. So 99 

Kautzman. Wilbert C, Spec - 

Kauvar. Tack, Fr „ Ill 

Keeler, I?obert C, Fr Ill 

Keeley, Kathleen, So .98, 155 

Kefauver. Marjorie A., Fr _ Ill 

Keiser, Dean R.. So _ 

Keith, Richard C, Fr Ill 

Keith, Robin, So _ 102, 122, 205 

Keller, Betty J., Fr 53, 111, 215 

Kellerman, William E., Jr „ 160 

Kellogg, Genevieve E., So - 199 



Kenyon, Robert S., Tr 131, 133, 135, 189, 211 

Kepler, Chester S., Sr 77, 208 

Keplinger, Florence E., Fr Ill, 163 

Kepner. David \., Fr Ill, 163 

Keppler, Ruth M., Ir 91, 160, 197 

Kerby, Marie R., Fr Ill 

Kcrckhoff, Richard K., Jr 91 

Kern, Anne E., Sr 77 

Kern, Marie L.. .Spec 

Kernen, Berta R., Sr 152, 156, 173, 203 

Kerr, Murray D., Fr Ill 

Kerrigan, Warren J., Fr _ Ill 

Kessler, Betty J., So 107 

Kester, Tean, Fr Ill 

Kester, 'Mary W., Fr Ill, 164 

Ketchy, George, Fr Ill 

Keyser. Frances L., So 103 

Keisselbach. David J., Spec 

Kieselbach. Edwin C, Fr 67, 111, 149, 150, 168 

Kiffor. Rudy S., Tr 62, 91, 185 

Kilbourne. Richard A., Jr 21, 91, 156 

Kilbv, Dorothy R., Sr 77 

Kilby, Harry R., Tr 92, 185 

Killgrove. Toe D., So 108 

Kime, Dorothy L.. Jr 92, 168 

Kimes. Elton J., Fr _ Ill 

Kincaid, Margaret R., Jr 85, 164 

Kinder, Robert T., So 99 

Kinds, Linnell, F'r Ill 

King. Jack H.. Fr Ill 

King, Robert F., Fr Ill 

Kinsey, Patricia A., Fr Ill, 155, 163 

Kirchhofer. Miriam R., Sr 

Kirchner, Tean L., Fr Ill 

Kirk. Tohn E.. Fr Ill 

Kirkpatrick, Gene V., Jr 33, 85, 92, 155, 176 

Kiser. Betty L.. Fr Ill 

Kitchingman. Robert R., So 

Klamm, Marion L.. Fr Ill 

Klein. C. Robert, So 99 

Klein, Erwin J., Fr Ill 

Klier, Virginia M.. So 103 

Kline, James E., So 

Klipsic, Anthony. Fr Ill 

Klontz. Everett E., Jr 92 

Knapp. Gordon E., Sr 77 

Knight, Charlotte A., Tr 92 

Knight, Ervin H., Fr Ill 

Knight. William T., So 

Knodercr, M. T., So 106, 160 

Knouff. Marv L., Sr 77, 201 

Knowles, Charles W., Fr Ill 

Koch, Paul E., So 106, 164 

Koch. Ruth E., Fr Ill, 164 

Kochenderfer, Lillian W., Sr 77, 152, 163, 

167, 171, 203 

Kocik, Albert T., Fr Ill 

Kolbl, Louis L., Fr Ill 

Konkel, Eleanor B.. Fr Ill, 209 

Koole. Frances H., Jr 138, 139, 156 

Koons. Janice. Jr 92 

Koons. Milo M., Sr 

Koontz, Marv E.. Jr 164 

Koplin. Walter S.. Fr Ill 

Kopp, Ma.xine J., Jr 84, 92, 156, 199 

Korecky, John L., Jr .92 

Kormos, John P., So 106 

Korosec, Johanna M., So 100 

Kost, Frank L, Fr Ill 

Koukies, Paul M.. Fr Ill 

Kovac, Daniel, Fr HI 

Kovalchick. Daniel T., Sr 77 

Kovanda, Robert G.. 'Sr 77, 156, 168 

Kozak. Tean H.. Fr Ill 

Kramel. Leonard F., Sr 77, 123, 152, 168, 181 

Kramer, Dorothy T., Sr 77 

Kramer, Loretta A., So 106 

Krantz, Samuel H., Fr Ill 

Krava. Bob. Fr Ill 

Krebs. George E., So 107 

Krebs, Robert E.. So _ 

Krebs, William A., So 99 

Kreiger, Ralph E.. Fr Ill 

Kreighbaum, Charlene E., Jr 92, 155 

Kressling, Lucy. Fr Ill 

Krichbaum, Mary O.. So 107, 155, 163 

Krichbaum, Ruth E., So 107, 155, 163 

Krimmel, Alice I-.. So 

Krupansky. Gizella M., Sr 77, 20O 

Krupp, Xeva A., Jr .92, 201 

Krusko. Vilma M.. Jr 92 

Kraznowek, Frank J., Fr Ill 

Kubina, Carolyne R.. So 105 

Kubuski, Edward T., So 31, 98 

Kubuski. Raymond J.. So _ 

Kuchenbacker, Cornelia A., So 53, 106, 193 

Kurtz. Edwin F., Fr Ill 

Kutina, Jane L., Fr Ill 

Kuzmenko, Harry C. Fr Ill 

LaCroix, Tames T., Fr Ill 

Lacy, Jane L., F'r Ill, 171 

Ladd, Raymond E., Tr 92 

Lakios, William C. Jr .92, 135 

Lamb, Phyllis L.. Sr 77 

Lambert, Grace H.. Sr 77, 168 

LaMedica, Michael F., Fr „ Ill 

Lamontia. Marjorie A., Fr Ill 

Lamy, Richard E., So 



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Lance. Barbara W., Fr Ill 

Lane. Robert E., Fr Ill, 163 

Lang, Paul D., So 

Langmead, Ruth E., Fr Ill, 160 

Lanza. Esther M., So 106 

Lapadus. .\Iarv A.. Fr Ill, 155 

Lapp. Ruth A.. Jr 155 

Large. Herman J., So 108 

Lasker, Raymond J.. So 21 

LaTorraca. Henry. Sr 77, 152, 155. 167, 183 

Lattin. Elaine A.. Sr 77, 168, 203 

Lauderbaugh. Martha J.. Fr Ill 

Laughlin. Holly G.. Fr Ill 

Laughlin. Oliver C, Sr 109 

Laumer. Margaret J.. Fr. - Ill, 155 

Lave. Arthur .T., Sr 77, 164 

Layden. Marjorie J., Fr Ill, 163 

Lea. Ruth Y.. Sr 62, 77, 116. 117. 197 

Leadenhara. Betty J.. So 104. 160, 164, 209 

LeBadis, Annamae, Fr Ill, 159, 167, 208 

Lebold, Audrey A., So 

LeChaix, Joseph, Jr 31, 92, 181 

Ledbetter. Marianna G., Jr 92, 163 

Lcdbetter. Robert L., Jr 92, 133, 163 

Lee. Harry. Fr Ill 

Lee. Robert X.. Jr S2 

Leever. Lvia F.. Jr 

Leever. William D.. Sr 77, 138, 139, 156, 188 

Legan. .\nn Marie. Jr _ 

Leggett. Charles D.. So 179 

Leggett, Jack \V., Sr 77, 129, 152 

Lehman. Tames W.. Spec 

Leight. Dorothy T.. So 

Leiman. Robert W.. So 107 164, 

Leist, Margaret E.. Sr 77, 152, 155 

Lejsek. Anton. Jr 21, 62, 92, 164 

Lemak. John. Fr HI 

LeMasters. Wilbur J., Sr 77, 155, 160, 187 

Lempke. Mildred G., Fr Ill 

Lengs, Marjorie A., Fr Ill 

Lenner. Helene Y., Sr 77, 182, 215 

Leonard. Thomas F., Sr 

Leso. Marion. Fr HI 

Letts. Meade. Jr 92 

Lewis. Catherine A.. Fr Ill, 163 

Lewis. Doral R., Fr Ill 

Lewis, Edward H., Jr 24, 35, 40, 92 

Lewis, Harriette J., Fr HI, 160 

Lewis, Helen V'., Sr 77 

Lewis, Margaret M.. So 102 

Lewis. Robert K,, Sr 77 

Liber, Martha M., Sr 78 

Liebert, Gerhard M., So 106 

Liebert, Joachim H., Sr 

Liechty, Pauline, Spec 

Lifton, Leonard, Sr. 78 

Lightman, Roselyn M.. Jr 92 

Lindegard. Lorna. Fr Ill 

Linden. Virginia B.. F'r Ill 

Lindsay. Robert L.. Fr Ill 

Line. Elizabeth C, Jr .92, 156, 164, 193 

Linehan, Cornelius J.. So 105, 185 

Linerode. Doris O.. So 99 

Link. Antoinette. Grad 

Linsenmann. William M.. Sr 181 

Lipkowitz. Morton H.. Sr 78 

Lipp. Elma E.. So 

Lipscomb. Edna L.. Fr Ill, 209 

Liptak. Katherine E., So _ 105, 168 

Liston, Norman G.. Fr Ill 

Little. Charles E.. So 189 

Little. Marv H.. So 109 

Little. Nettie L.. Fr _ Ill, 159 

Litzell. Elizabeth A.. So 107 

Llewellyn, Nelson L.. Jr 92 

Lloyd. Harry G.. So 

Lloyd, William A., So 

Lockwood, Robert W., So 

Loesch, Robert A.. So 106 

Loesch. Winifred R.. Fr Ill 

Logan, George M., Jr .92 

Lohman, Joseph E.. So 

Long. Dave W.. So 

Long. Joseph F.. Fr HI 

Long. Marjorie L. So 103, 203 

Long. Paul T.. Fr Ill 

Lonsbury. Dorothy M., Fr Ill 

Loomis, Charlotte H.. Fr Ill 

Loomis. Edward, Jr 92 

Lord. Helen L.. So 105 

Lord. William G.. Fr HI 

Lose. Charlotte J.. Fr Ill, 152, 159, 163 

Loutsenhizer. John H., Fr Ill 

Lovejoy, Constance B., Fr Ill 

Loveless, Barbara A.. Fr Ill 

Loveless. Phillip M., Fr Ill, 190 

Lowe. Elizabeth W., Fr Ill 

Lowe, Tohn E., Fr Ill 

Lower. Dale C. Fr Ill 

Lower. R. Frederick. So 

Lowery. Kirk M.. Jr 184 

Lowrance. Juanita C.. Fr Ill 

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Lucek. Joseph A.. So 

Luck. Doris R.. Fr Ill 

Luck. Leonard F,. Jr „ .92 

Lukas. Frank H.. Fr Ill 

Lull, Frank C. So 

Lull. Mildred L.. Jr 164, 205 

Lussen. Helen L.. Spec 

Luthardt. LaVerne R., So 

Lutz. Robert R.. So. 

Lynn. Dorothy V.. So 103, 163 

Lyon, Wolcott N., Fr Ill 

Lyons. Julia R., Sr. 193 

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McBaiie, Wallace W., Tr. _ ..■...; 92, 163 

McBride. Dorothv C, Fr. ....... :.v...._ Ill 

McBride, Vivian R., Fr .-......, :_..".,-. HI 

McCafferty, Mary D., Fr !..,.... Ill 

McCaffertv. Ross J.. Jr 92, 189 

McCall. Blossom T.. So 105 

McCarthy, Helen A.. So 203 

McCartney, Doris M., Fr Ill, 167 

McCartney, lune I., Fr Ill, 163 

McClain, Ray W., Fr HI 

McClelland, Dorothy M., So 50, 106, 164, 205 

McClure, Betty L., Fr Ill 

McCoIlum, Stewart M., Fr HI 

McConnell. Amy I., Fr Ill, 199 

McCord, Eugene W., So 105 

McCormick. Harold G.. Fr Ill, 168 

McCort, Ralph W., Fr Ill 

McCoy, Kathleen C, Fr Ill 

McCracken, Carl N., Fr Ill 

McCreadv, Tom O., Fr Ill 

McCullough, Mildred M., Fr Ill 

McCune. Howard S., Fr HI 

McCune, Tames R., Sr 

McCune, William, Jr .92, 131, 181 

McCurdy, Elizabeth A., Jr 156, 163 

McCurdv, Louise A., Sr 78 

McCurdv, Raymond L., Fr Ill 

McCuskey, Wilfred S., So 

McDaniel. Carl O., Fr Ill 

McDermott. Tames R., Fr Ill 

McDevitt. Vincent T., Sr 78, 150, 152, 156, 163, 189 

McDonald. John W.. So 107 

McDonough, Kathleen A., So - 203 

McDowell. Louise A., Fr Ill 

McDowell. Sara L. Fr Ill 

McElroy. Dorothy L.. Sr 78 

McFetridge. Charlene E., Tr 92 

McGinnis, Richard W., So 66, 67, 106, 156, 167, 189 

McGoogan, Albert T.. Fr Ill 

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McGrew, Cornelius A., Jr - 

McGrew. Margot L., Fr Ill 

McHugh. Rilla B., So 107, 168 

Mcllvaine. Earl E., Sr 24, 78 

McTntyre. Donald C, So 99 

McKee, Dorothea E.. Spec 78 

McKee. Dorothy T.. Fr. Ill, 155 

McKibben. William R., Tr 93 

McKnight. Margaret J., Fr Ill, 160, 208 

McLaughlin. Marguerite, L.. Fr Ill 

.McLenagan, E. Frances, Fr Ill, 163 

McMahan. .Mary B.. Fr Ill 

.Mc.Masters. Wood E., So 62, 106 

McXair. Carl E., Fr Ill 

McXeese, Robert W., Fr Ill 

McPherson, James W., Fr Ill 

McWilliams. T. Charles, So 109 

Mahaney. Alvce M.. Fr Ill 

Mahanev, Rita C, Fr 11! 

Mack, Howard J.. So 21, 22 

Mack. ATarlin W., Fr Ill 

Mader. Dorothy T.. So 100 

Mader. Tune .\., Fr Ill 

Magee. "Robert. Fr Ill 

Magos. Toby, Fr Ill 

Mahaney. Everett M.. Fr Ill 

Makela, Phyllis J., Fr Ill 

Ma'ak. To A.. Fr Ill, 171 

Malarik, .Mice W., Sr 78 

Malarik, Steve. Sr 78 

Malat. Teanette V., Sr 78, 175, 192 

Malonev, Kathleen A., Sr. 78, 127, 129, 149, 150, 

152, 155, 173, 202 

Malvk. Petrvna K.. Jr 93 

Man. lei. Frank P.. Jr 

Mangold, Xorma M., So 99, 159 

Mannino, Maria L.. So 109 

Manupella. Toe L, Fr Ill 

Manyo, Peter A., Tr 66, 93, 152, 160, 189 

Marc'y. Alice M., 'ir 93 

Mardigian. Dorothy M., Fr Ill 

Marg. Joseph, Fr Ill, 131 

Marker. .Audrey F., Fr Ill 

M.irks. Phyllis M., Fr Ill 

Maro, Stephen M.. Fr Ill 

Marquis. Eula M., So 108 

Marra. Alba J., Fr Ill 

Maish, Gordon W., So 

Marshall. Don E., Fr Ill 

Marthey. Louis G.. Jr 187 

Marti, Virginia L., Jr 93, 164 

Martin, .Mbert I^., Jr 

Martin, .\lice F.. Fr Ill 

Martin. Donald E., Sr 78 

Martin. Dorothy L.. Spec 

Martin, Geraldine A., So 

Martin, Harold E., Jr 21, 93, 164, 189, 209 

Martin. Mary, So 109 

Maitin, Phyilis, Sr 78, 156, 168 

Martin. Suzanne. So - 106 

Martini, Mario J., Fr Ill 

Maruskin, Margaret D., So 106 

Marvin, Carole T., Fr Ill 

Marvin, Sidney L., So - ...108 

Massalas. Tom. Fr _ Ill 

Massaro, Lorraine G., Fr Ill 

Massaro. Richard J., Fr. Ill 

Masters. Thomas C., Fr Ill 

Masters. William E.. Fr Ill 

Masucci. Gelsomina, Sr 78, 155, 156 

Mathie, Lloyd C, Fr Ill 

Matson, Dorothy M., Fr Ill 

Matson. William R., Fr. ......: Ill 



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Miller, Carl R., Fr 




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Miller. Gerald I., Ir 






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Miller, Harold T., So 






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Miller. Harry E.. Jr 






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Miller, Maxine L., Jr 




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Miller, Roy A., Tr 


Miller, Sam D., So 






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111 


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Milligan, Aileen B., Sr 


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Milligan, Dorothy A., Fr 




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Millman, Shirley M., So 

Mills, Evelvn, Fr 


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Mine, John W., Tr 84, 

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Mitchell, Albert F., Fr 






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Mosier. Robert M.. Fr HI 

Moss. Gloria T.. So 108, 1/1 

Mosteller. Robert H.. So 98 

Motz, .Aniiahelle P.. Sr 79 

Moulton. Eugene R.. Ir 93, 137, U9 

Mouse. Stanley C... So 65, 100, 183, 217 

Mrozewski, Stefan A., Fr HI 

Mueller. Hans W.. Sr 

Mueller. Margot R.. Sr ;/9 

Mulford. Marv E.. Jr 93, 160 

Mullen. Davton L.. Fr Ill 

Mullin. Peter E., Fr HI 

Mumaw. Gladys J.. Sr 79, 155, 168 

Munnia, Robert V., Tr 93, 185 

Mural, Walter \'.. Sr 79, 185 

Mural. William. So 109, 185 

Murphev. Frances B,, Fr Ill 

Murphey. Harold N., So 131 

Murray, \ancy A,. Fr HI 

Mushrush. Otis. Jr -^ 

Muzik. Helen M., Jr 93, 200 

Muzzv. Tames V,. So 140 

Myer's. Doris L,. So 107, 164 

Myers, Edith F.. Jr , 

Myers. Everett W., Tr 

Myers. Frederick E.. Jr -- 

Myers. Geraldine I.. Sr 79 

Myers. Harriet L.. Sr 

MVers. Helen M.. Tr 193 

Myers. Herbert G.. Fr HI. 163 

Myers. Jacqueline R-. So 

Mvers. Lewis E.. Fr HI 

Mvers. Paul S.. So 45, 164 

Mvers. Robert B,, So 

Mvers, Robert I... Fr HI 

M'vers. William C. Tr 

Mvser, Sue I.. Sr 79, 164 

Myser. Willard C.. Fr Ill 

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Xalle. Nellie M.. So 105, 168, 190, 195 

Nard. Tames A.. Fr Ill 

Xass. Mary E.. Fr Ill, 163, 199 

Xaughton, Patricia. Fr 11] 

Naylor. Wilda J.. Fr Ill 

Nedetskv. Howard P., Jr 

N'efT, Arlene L., Fr Ill 

Ncff. George E.. Fr Ill 

XefF, William G,. So 

Neidhart. .Shirley A., Fr Ill 

Neil. Constance. Fr Ill 

Nelson. Mary L.. Fr Ill 

Nelson. Milton. Fr Ill 

Nelson. \'irginia E.. Spec 

Nerone. Jean L.. So 

Nerone. Therese R., So 

Netzen. Leslie E.. Sr 35, 40, 79 

Neuherger. Franny X.. Fr Ill 

Newcomb. Beatrice J., Fr HI 

Newmann. Dorothy L.. So 99 

Xey. Francis G.. Fr Ill 

Niarchos. Pauline. So 104 

Nicholas. Gwennie. Fr Ill 

Nichols. Marian E.. Fr - Ill, 163 

Nickerson. Mary M.. Jr 93 

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Noack. Erwin A.. Fr Ill 

X'olis. Demetrios E.. Fr - HI 

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Novak. Sister Mary L., Spec 

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Oaks. Marjorie L.. Fr Ill, 163 

Oberholtz. Tames C. So 103 

Obermiller, Connie M.. Jr 84. 93. 163 

O'Brien, Frank F.. Tr 

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Ochenreider, Mae E.. Tr 94 

O'Connor. William E.. Fr Ill 

O'Doherty. Kathleen A.. Fr Ill 

O'Dohertv. Winifred V.. Fr HI 

Odell. Edna K,, Fr Ill 

Oesch, .Amanda R,. Spec 

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O'Grady. Robert E.. Fr Ill 

O'Hara. Tames P.. Tr 94, 163, 182 

Ohliger. Rosemary E., Tr .94, 164 

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O'Keefe. Eileen C. Fr Ill, 160 

Oldham, Marv H.. So 101, 155. 160 

Oliver. Mary L.. Sr 79, 163 

Olson. Tohn H,. Fr Ill 

Oncu. Emma I.. So 105, 164 

Ondreas. John W'.. So 

Opeil. Leonard T.. Jr 152 

Orpin, Robert R,'. Sr 79, 147, 163, 181 

Orr. Elaine B,, Fr HI 

Orr. Linus S,, So 100 

Ortt, Clarence H,. Sr 64, 79, 160, 164, 189 

Osborn. Helen M,. Fr HI 

Osborn. Ruth E,, Sr 79 

Osborne, Irene G,. Spec 

Osborne. Tane C, Sr 79, 160 

Osborne. Mary A,. Fr Ill 

Oshelski. Margaret. Fr HI 

O'Sickev. Alice M., Tr 61, 94, 156. 167 

Osman. Edward H., Fr HI 

Ostrov. Yetta Fr HI 

Oswald. Marvin R.. So 106 

Otte. Donnel J.. Fr Ill 

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Owen, Leroy W.. Fr Ill, 168 

CUven, Theodore. Spec 

Paine. Virginia L.. So 53, 98. 195 

Palmer. Alfred A,. So 98, 181 

Paluch. Xestor. So 

Palumbo. Dominic J., Fr H! 

Pamer. Paul J.. Fr HI 

Panik, Susan. Jr 

Papp. Cornelius A., Fr Ill 

Papushak. George. Sr 33, 34, 35, 46 

Parker. Alice A,. Sr 79 

Parker. Ed, O,, Fr Ill 

Parker. Tohn E.. So 103 

Parker, Stanley T,. Sr 79, 163 

Parrish. Harold C.. Tr 185 

Parrv. Mary L. Fr Ill 

Parry. Ruth T.. Fr HI 

Patchin. Mary C. Fr HI 

Pater. Mat y S.. Jr -94 

Paterson, Betty Jane, Fr IH 

Patrick, Eleanor P,. Tr 94 

Patrick. Irene M.. Fr HI 

Paiterson. Fred P.. So 

Patterson. James W,. Fr HI 

Patterson. Margaret A,, Jr 94, 163 

Patterson, Robert M,. Jr 103, 183 

Patterson. Robert T.. So 

Patterson. William H.. So 103 

Patton. Elizabeth V.. Tr 94, 155 

Paul. Marcelle B.. Fr HI 

Paulich. Tohn H.. So 45, 103, 168 

Paulus. David L,. Fr 33, 111, 164 

Pavkov. Pete. So 

Pavden. Donna B.. So -- 

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Pearce. Donald L,, Tr 66, 85 

Pearson. Dorothy M",. Tr .94, 155, 163 

Pearson, Leland T.. So 99, 189 

Peck. Tames C. Fr HI 

Pekar. Arthur F,, Fr Ill 

Pell, Betty V.. Sr 156 

Pentland. lean N,. So 64, 100. 211 

Pentz. John. Jr 94, 155, 185 

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Pequignot. Marjorie L., Fr Ill 

Percoco. Frank A.. So 67, 94 

Perdue. Betty M,. So 155 

Peregov. Rae M,. Fr HI 

Perez. Michael. Fr HI 

Perkins, Ruth T.. Fr HI 

Perry. Morton O.. Sr 79 

Pesanello. Loretta L., Fr Ill 

Peschek. William D., Fr Ill 

Petee. Frank. So 99, 131 

Peterman. Milton. Fr Ill 

Peters. George W., Fr Ill 

Peters. Gladys M.. Spec 

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Peterson. Eugene C. Fr Ill 

Peterson. Frances I^.. Fr Ill 

Peterson. Laura M.. Fr \. AM 

Petit. Tack W.. So 108 

Petitti. Don T,. Fr Ill 

Petrella. Tony A.. Fr Ill 

Prtrenchak. .Amelia A„ So 105 

Petros, Ralph T,, So 21 

Pettit. Bettv M.. So 98 

Pettv. Roberta M.. So 53. 98, 131, 160, 193. 209 

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Pfahler. Marvanna. Sr 79, 164. 168 

Pfahler. Roger H.. Fr 111. 164 

Pfeifer. Helen C. Jr 94, 197 

Phelps. Edwin .M.. So 102 

Phelns. Tohn X',, So 

Phillips,' Frank L,, So 109 

Phillips. Raymond E., Tr 94, 179 

Phoenix, Hattie E,. So 103 

Piacentino. Grazio A,. F'r Ill 

Piastrelli. Mario R,. Fr HI 

Piehl. Anne L,. Fr Ill 

Pieice. Tack R.. So 182 

Pierce. Merle S,, So 61. 109 

Pierce. \'era G.. Sr 66 

Pierson. William M.. Fr HI 

Pilliod. Charles J,, Fr Ill 

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Piscazzi. Loretta I.. Fr HI 

Plaisted. Norman L,. Fr Ill 

Plasman. Nina H.. So 108 

Pliskin. William A.. Sr 79, 156, 167, 168 

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Pollock. Mary T.. Tr 94 

Poison. Ralph K.. Fr Ill 

Pomeroy. Gilbert S,. Tr 

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Popa. Marv A.. So 109 

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Porter. Faye C,. So 

Porter. Henrietta M., Jr 155 

Porter. Marian R,. So 109 

Poulton. Tohn L,, Fr Ill 

Powell, Edna M.. Sr 79 

Powell, Harrv Q,, Fr Ill 

Powell. Tohn \V.. Jr 61. 131, 152, 156, 167 

Powell. \'ernon. Fr Ill 

Powell, William C. So 

Powers. Ruth v., Fr Ill 

Pozniko, Pollyanna. So 106, 168 

Prasse. Fred C, Jr 46, 84, 94, 150, 152, 155, 175, 180 



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Pratt. Bruce R., So 

Pratt. Iris. Sr 

Pratt. Tohn L.. So 

Pratt. Roy B.. So 

Price. Geraldine M., Sr 

Price. Hugh W.. Fr Ill 

Price. Joseph. Jr 26, 28,94, 164, 181 

Prior. Robert. Fr Ill 

Prinz. Gerald G,. Jr .94, 107, 164 

Proctor, John J,. Fr Ill 

Prnscn, .\nna A., Spec 

PulT, .Margaret C, Sr 

Pugliese. Mildred A., F'r Ill 

Purnell. Emilv M., Jr 94 

Puz. Anne M,. So 107 

Pyle. Eugene A.. Fr Ill, 167 

Pyle. Lorrin W., So 103 

Quattrochi. August W., Jr 94, 133, 172 

Quay. Grace E.. Fr Ill, 155 

Queen, Luise F,. Fr Ill, 160, 205 

Queen. Polly A.. So 105 

Quigley. Frances A.. Fr Ill 

Quimby. Norma J., So 104, 205 

Raff. Dan A,. So 

Raful. Robert. Fr HI, 135, 167 

Raines. William L.. Fr HI, 135 

Rake. Kenneth M,, Fr HI 

Ramsburg. Edwin E.. Spec 

Randall. Mary C. Fr Ill 

Randazzo. .\mbroze. Fr HI 

Randies. Chester I.. Tr 156, 168 

Ranev. Charles P., Fr Ill 

Rankin. Pearl M.. Tr 156 

Rauscher. Robert F.. Fr Ill 

Ransower. Robert E.. Fr Ill 

Rapp. Marv E,. Sr 79 

Rapp. Xoei G,. Sr 61 

Rarick. Tames C, So 109 

Rasch. Virginia J.. Fr Ill, 163 

Ratchford. lune. Spec 

Rau. Frank J.. Fr Ill 

Raus. Bettv. So 

Rauscher, Robert F„ Fr Ill 

Rawles, Evelyn L.. So 103, 197 

Raymond. Robert G.. So 101 

Read. Evelyn I,. Fr Ill 

Ready. Tohn T,. Fr Ill 

Ream. Elizabeth G., Fr Ill, 155 

Rearick. Cecil .-\.. Tr 

Rector. Tames B.. Fr Ill 

Reeder. Mary E., Fr Ill 

Rees. Ardele J., So _ 

Rees. Jean. Fr Ill, 163 

Reese, Barbara A., Fr Ill 

Reese. Dorothy A., Jr 94, 159 

Rcgas. Koula, Fr Ill 

Reger. Harvey A., So 104, 179 

Reid. Tohn B.. So 108 

Keiil. Sarah E.. Grad 

Reid. William W.. Fr Ill 

Keider. Betty A.. So 99 

Reiss. Sylvia L.. Sr 79, 156, 203 

Reitz. George D,. So 107 

Reitzel. Eleanor L.. Jr 50, 155, 164, 193, 209 

Renninger. Kay. Fr Ill 

Renz. Delmar A.. So 

Reuz. Elizabeth D.. Sr 80, 164 

Renz. Ruth H,. So 107, 155, 160, 164 

Retzcr. N'irginia M.. Fr Ill 

Renter. Helen I HI, 155, 160 

Revnolds. Harry E.. So 108 

Reynolds. Marjorie M., Fr Ill, 160, 163 

Reynolds. Willard C. .Tr 94. 167 

Rezuek. Walter. So 

Rhodes. Edward R,. Fr Ill 

Ricart. Phyllis T., Fr ,. Ill 

Rice. Frank L,, Fr Ill 

Rice, Robert B,, Fr Ill 

Ricci, Reno J,. Fr Ill 

Richard. James J., Fr Ill 

Richards. Carol, So 

Richards, Charles T.. So 103 

Richards. Kenneth R.. Sr 80 

Richards. Marjorie E.. Fr 64, 69, HI 

Richards. Ralph P., So 

Richards. William L.. Tr 94, 212 

Richardson. Carl C, So 109 

Richardson. Tames P., Sr 80. 163, 167. 187 

Richner. Carol A.. Sr 80 

Richner. Tacquelyn. Tr 94 

Rick. Leon R.. Fr. Ill, 164 

Rickard. Dorothea M.. Jr 160 

Rickard. Kenneth C. Fr Ill 

Rickey. Tohn T,. Tr 94, 167 

Ricks, Ruth M., Ir 94 

Ridley, lean K,. Sr 80 

Riehl. Florence M,, Fr Ill, 159 

Rife. Don L.. Fr Ill 

Riley. Charles V,. So 102 

Riley. Florence C. Fr Ill 

Rinal. James E,, Fr Ill 

Ringler. Doris L„ So 107 

Rini, Nick L. Fr 111. 163 

Rinto, Carl R.. So 47, 107, 176, 189 

Rippberger. Donald R., Fr Ill 

Ritzman. Dale B.. So 106 

Rizzo. Frank I.. Fr Ill 

Rnbb. Betty J,. Fr Ill 

Roberto. Dominick A.. Fr Ill 

Roberto. Rose. Sr. 80 

Roberts. Benjamin W.. Fr Ill 

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Roberts. Kenneth W.. Tr _ 94 

Roberts. William D,. So 108 

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Robinson, Donald E.. Fr Ill 

Robinson, Edward T., Sr 65, 80, 171 

Robinson, Jean F., So 105 

Robinson, LaVerne A., Spec 

Robinson, Lawson J., Fr HI 

Robson, Mildred J., Fr Ill 

Roby, Calvin H., Jr 43, 94 

Roby, Charles, So 

Roby. William W., Fr Ill, 152, 154 

Roderick, Barbara J., Fr Ill 

Rodelick, Robert L., Sr 80, 180 

Rodgers. Jack A., So 100 

Rodio, Joseph, Fr Ill 

Roessel^ Dorothy R., Fr Ill 

Rogers, Francis J., Fr 57, 111 

Rohlf, Hilda G., Sr 80 

Rohr, Lawrence J., Jr 95 

Rohrer, Miriam L., Fr Ill 

Ronald, William H., So 

Rongone, Mollie M., So 101 

Rongone, Pearl, Grad 168 

Rongone, Ronald L., So 109 

Roos, Gordon E., Fr Ill 

Rose, Joseph J., Jr .95 

Rose, ilarv A., Fr. _ Ill 

Rosen, Herbert, Fr Ill 

Rosenberger, Paul V., Fr Ill 

Rosenthal. Herman, So 

Rostck, Thomas A., Jr .95 

Rosplock. Joseph F., Fr Ill 

Roth. Bertha J.. Grad 

Roth. Juliana M., So 100 

Rothermund, Helen M., So 98, 104, 131, 203 

Rothermund. Jane G., Sr 80. 152, 156 

Routh, Lucille L., Fr HI 

Rowan, Malcolm, Fr Ill 

Rowley, Donald F., Sr 80 

Rozuk, Rav E.. Tr 95, 168, 185 

Rubin. Ruth. Jr .95 

Ruble. Robert R., Fr Ill, 163 

Ruch, L. Dow, Fr Ill, 164 

Rucker, Herbert M., Fr Ill 

Ruddv, Genevieve, Sr 80 

Rueter, Ruth G., Fr Ill 

Rufener, Martha E., Sr 80, 152, 203 

Ruggles. Elizabeth J., Jr 208 

Rundle. Norma J., Fr Ill, 159, 205 

Runt. James E.. Fr Ill 

Rupert, Williard L., Fr Ill 

Russell, Eugene G., Sr 80 

Russell, Tack D., Fr Ill 

Russell. John W., Jr 95 

Russell. Norman P.. So 

Rust. Howard F.. Sr 

Rutherford. Clvde W., So 100 

Ryan, Helen C, Jr 95, 155 

Ryan. Tames R.. Fr Ill 

Rybak, Francis J., Jr .62, 95, 215 

.Sabatino, Albert, So 

Sacco, Helen A., So 100 

Sacks. Shirley F.. So 103, 131. 138. 139, 140 

Saelens, Marian K., So 49, 105, 155, 194 

Safko, Lillian M., Tr 

Salem, Tulia, So '. 98, 163 

Salisbury, John E., So 107, 179 

Salomone, John A., .Tr 168 

Saltsman, Hugh D., So 103 

Salzer, Louis \\'.. Grad 

Salzman, Albert M.. Fr Ill 

Sanborn, James C, F'r Ill 

Sanders, Norma L., Fr HI, 155 

Sanford, Jeanne M., Fr Ill 

Santone, Bruno G., So 33, 100 

Sapp, Alice M., Fr Ill 

Sarmir, Joe P., So 185 

Saukkonen, Linnea T., So 105 

Sautter, Eckhardt E., Fr Ill, 164 

Savely, Joseph E., Jr 9S 

Savu, Betty E.. So 164 

Sayers, Carol L., So ...61, 103, 167 

Scarem, Wilfred R., So 107 

Scarpitti, Arthur O., Sr 80, 164 

Schaad, Carl E., Fr Ill 

Schader, George, So 108 

Schafer. Jack. Jr 95 

Schafler, Corrine. Fr Ill, 167 

Schafitz, Leonard J.. Jr 1, 59, 84, 95, 123 

Scharkey. Edna T.. Fr Ill 

Scheffer, Helen L., Jr 95 

Scheu. Alvce L., Sr 80 

Schenz. William T., So 21, 22, 62, 103, 168 

Scheuerman, John G.. So 

Schieve. Henriette M., Sr 80 

Schilmiller, Donald R., Sr 156 

Schiltz, S. Elizabeth, Spec 

Schlegel, Harold C, Sr. ...- 80, 143, 147, 164, 168 

Schlesinger, Betty M., Sr 

Schmidt, Arlynn R., Sr 80, 201 

Schmidt, Richard P., So 105 

.Schmiedel, Jane F., So 105 

Schmutzler, Karl E., So 102 

Schneider, Helen T., So 109 

Schneider, Rene A., Jr 95, 139 

Schneider. Robert W., So 107, 183, 209 

Schnitzcr, Mary M., Jr 95, 136 

Schnitzer. William J., Jr 95, 135 

Schorr, Esther I., Sr 80, 190, 197 

Schraegle, William A., Jr 60, 84, 85, 123, 152, 172 

Schriber, Audrey J., Fr 111. 163, 164 

Schulke, Edward H., Fr Ill, 167 

Schuller, Margaret, So -... 

Schultz, Geraldine F., Jr 95, 160 

Schumacher, Dorothy E., Jr 95 

Schumann. Tack N., Spec 

Schwabe, Richard, So 43, 164 

Schwartz, Jane A., So 104, 160 



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Schwartz. Lillian L., Sr 80 

Schwartz. Ruth M.. So 104, 160 

Scofield. Mary I., So 

Scott. Helen F.. Fr Ill 

Scott. Philip R., Fr Ill 

Scott. Robert D., Jr 95 

Searcy, William H., Jr .95, 164 

Seastead. Raymond B., F' Ill 

Seckinger, C. Leroy, Fr Ill 

Seese. Robert H., Jr...84, 131, 149, 150, 152, 155, 175, 188 

Seigman. George F., So 104 

Sellnau. Ruth M., Fr Ill 

Semon, .Mary B., So 163 

Senich, ,\ndy. So .46, 185 

Serknis, Lillian M., So 109, 195 

Serne, Harold S., Sr 83, 150, 151, 152, 160 

Seroy. Wayne W., So 18, 102 

Seruch. Anna M.. Fr Ill 

Se,ves, Sam, Fr Ill 

Severance, Harry L., Fr Ill 

Sewald. George S.. Jr 95 

Seymour, Eleanor C.. Tr 95, 160 

Shafer. Carlton .M., Fr Ill 

Shafer. William C., So 102, 181 

Shaffer. Alveretta A., So 

Shatifer. Clarence F.. Spec 

Shaffer. Herbert W., Sr 80, 155, 161, 184 

Shaffer. Robert D.. Fr 163 

Shaheen. Bca L, So 102, 155 

Shaheen. Lloyd F., Jr 95 

Shanknian. Harry. Fr Ill 

Shanks. John J., Fr Ill 

Shannon. James P.. So lOO, 163 

Shardine. Betty T.. So 105 

Shary. Vera. Sr 80 

Shaver. Etta M.. Fr Ill 

Shaw. Betty I.. Sr 81 

Shaw, lean E.. Tr 197 

Shearv. Leslie E., Sr 81, 143 

Sheers. George B.. Sr 156, 216 

Sbepard, Mary J.. Jr 95 

Sheriff, Russell E., So 105 

Sherris. Lucille E., F'r Ill 

Shiamone, Juliet M., Fr Ill 

Shields. George R.. Fr Ill 

Shifflet. Dolores E.. Fr Ill 

Shilling, Walter O., Fr Ill 

Shimek. Teanette R.. Tr 

Shipley. Donald M.. Fr Ill 

Shiptou. Josephine E.. So 100, 195 

Shircliff. James W.. Fr Ill 

Shive, George R., Fr Ill 

Shivelv. Richard B., Sr Ill 

Shivclv. Richard M.. So. - 105 

Shook. Jane S.. So 107 

Shook. Loel G.. So 106 

Short. Lois L.. Fr Ill 

Short. Margaret G., Fr Ill 

Shotwell. Ruth V., Fr Ill 

Show. Whillaw M., Sr 66, 81, 16S, 189 

Shrigley, Ralph C, Tr 

Shriner. Kate C. Tr 95, 164 

Shuke. John F.. j"r .95 

Shuman. Marjorie K., Fr Ill 

Shumway. Jack R.. Fr Ill 

Shurtleff. Beatrice G.. So 

Shutts. Kenneth E., So 

Shvler. Edna A., Fr Ill 

Sidinger. Wayne A., Spec 

Siedschlag, Karl G., Jr 

Siegfried. Frederick M., Fr Ill 

Siegrist. Richard J., Fr Ill 

Siemon. Sam S., Fr Ill 

Siennicki. Edmund L. So 179 

S;ll. Arthur D.. Fr Ill 

Silverstein. E. T^enard, So 107 

Silverstein. Leonard M., So 167 

Simkins, Elwood B., Sr 

Simmons. Alyce M., So 106, 205 

Simon. Albert. F'r Ill 

Simon, T. R., Fr Ill 

Simone. Louis V.. Tr 85, 102, 181 

Simpson. Russell G.. So 106, 209 

Sims. Walter. Fr Ill 

Sindledecker. Charles L., Sr 81, 167. 168 

Sinn. Donald F.. Jr 33. 95, 152, 164 

Sintetos. Constantine D., So 105 

Sirrine, Tvan M., Fr Ill 

Sivon, Ruth L.. Tr 131 

Skelly. Jack. Fr Ill 

Skora. Geraldine J., So 107 

Skym. Virginia G., So 

Slahaugh. Patricia. So - 99 

Slepecky. Michael, So 215 

Slominski. Leonard M., Fr Ill 

Slyman, Clyde. So 

Slyman. Theodore T.. Tr 187 

Smallfield, George B.. Fr Ill, 168 

Smetts. Richard R.. Tr 95 

Smith. Arthur W.. So 164 

Smith. Carl W.. So 100 

Smith. Dorothy F., Sr 81, 152, 201 

Smith. Don E.. Fr Ill, 16S 

Smith. Ethel M., Sr 81 

Smith. Evelyn L, Fr Ill 

Smith. Glenn 6., Sr 33, 35, 81 

Smith. Harold V., So 100 

Smith. Harriet A.. Fr Ill 

Smith. Harrietta T., Fr :lll 

Smith. Hubert T.. Fr Ill 

Smith. Tane J... Fr Ill, 163, 164 

Smith. Teannc A., Fr Ill, 159, 208 

Smith, Jessie M.. So 103, 152 

Smith, Joan K.. Fr Ill 

Smith, loan S., So 106 

Smith, Tohn H., Fr Ill 

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Stanfar. Nick F., So 108, 164 

Stange, Elaine E.. Jr 95, 159, 164 

Stanley, Donald E., Fr Ill 

Stanley, Earl R., So 33, 101 

Stanton. Doris E., Jr 64, 95, 16<! 

Staples, Tames V., So ^ 

Starn, William F., Jr 21, 96 

Starner, David Wm., Fr Ill 

Starr, Cornell W., Fr Ill 

Starrett, John L., Spec 

Stearns, Irene E., Fr ....Ill 

Stedman, James R., Fr Ill 

Steele, Phyllis M., Sr 81, 199 

Steese, Elizabeth T., Jr _ 

Stefanosky. Joseph S., Sr 81. 151, 160 

Steigler, William E., Jr 96, 163 

Steiner, Helen M., So 101 

Steiner, John V., Sr 71, 151, 152, 155, 160, 185 

Steiner, Julia I., Fr Ill, 163 

Steiner, John. Sr. ..._ 81, 164 

Steinhauser, Virginia R., Fr 103, 111, 155 

Stepfield. Marjorie A.. Fr 65, 111, 159 

Sterley, Robert C., Sr 81 

Stevens, William A., Tr 105 

Stewart, Dale D., Tr 96, 189 

Stewart, Earl R.. Fr Ill 

Stewart Elemer C., Sr _ 168, 185 

Stewart, Howard C, Spec 

Stewart, Richard .M., Fr Ill 

Stewart, Robert J., Fr Ill 

Stewart, Wesley T., So 103 

Stewart. William H., Jr 

Stock, Mary B., Spec 167 

Stocking, Milan A., Sr 81, 164, 168, 187 

Stocking, Robert M., So 101, 155 

Stoll, Wilda G., Sr - 

Stolzer, Robert, Jr 96, 152 

Stoneman, Ruth A., Fr Ill 

Stoner, Elinor A., Fr _ Ill, 160 

Stoner, Virginia M., So 106, 199 

Stover, Joy E., Sr. ..._ 81, 152, 159 

Strain, Dorothy J., So 105, 195 

Strauss, Emilee L., Sr 

Strickling, John, Fr Ill 

Stringer, Doris J., So 103, 160, 176, 197, 216 

Strobel, Elmer C, Fr Ill 

Strong, Dora L., So 101 

Strong, Florence V.. Sr 81, 155, 156 

Strong, Merle E., Fr Ill 

Strong, Muriel C Fr Ill 

Stroup, Mary Jane, Jr 150, 152, 156, 159, 164 

Struble, Dorothy M., Jr 

Stubbs, Saralee, So 106 

Stuber, William D., Jr .96, 181 

Suek, Roy G., So _ 



Suits, Kathryn A., So 64, 109 163. 203 

Sulkes, Sanford D., Fr Ill, 171 

Sullivan, Donald R., Sr 81, 149, 150, 152, Ui, 209 

Sullivan, William F., Fr HI 

Sumner, Jean H., Sr 

Suppes, Gertrude E., Sr 81, 20J 

Suppes, Marjorie L., Sr 81, 203 

Susskind, Beatrice B., So 109 

Swain, Milford O.. Fr Ill 

Swallow, Charles W., Sr 82, 189 

Swan, Margaret E.._ Sr 82, 155, 197 

Swanson, Wilma K., Fr Ill 

Swasey, Fred H., .Tr 33, 35, 164, 179 

Swearingin, Genevieve, So 105, 195 

Sweeney, John J., So 66 

Swinderman, Carl D., Fr Ill 

Swinehart, Charles H., Jr 

Swisher, Helen E., Jr 96, 171, 195 

Swope, Geraldine M., Jr 96 

Szabo, Gabriel R., Fr Ill 

Szemersky, Peter P., So 103 

Takacs, Margaret A., Fr Ill 

Tallant, Helen G., Jr 96 

Tanase, Cornelia J., Fr Ill 

Tarantine, Dominic J., Sr 82 

Taskas, Olga C, Fr Ill 

Tawney, Harry D., Fr Ill 

Taylor, Bert, So 

Taylor, Donald P., Sr 82, 150, 156 

Taylor, Evelyn E., Fr Ill 

Taylor, Frank R., Sr 82, 189 

Taylor, Jack, Sr 82 

Taylor, James M., Fr Ill 

Taylor, Richard W., Fr Ill 

Taylor, Starling E., Jr 96 

Taylor, Wilbur N., Fr Ill 

Tavlor, William B., So 101 

Telford. Robert S., Fr Ill 

Tenenblum, Nellie N., Fr Ill 

Terrill, Wilfred H., Sr 82, 151 

Testa, Ercole P., So 

Teti, Frank A., Fr Ill 

Teuscher, Elizabeth A., Jr 96 

Tewes, Donald D., Grad 163, 186 

Thanopoulos, Andrew, So 

Theis, James E., Fr 69, 111, 160 

Theiss, Henry K., Jr 61, 167 

Thiele, Vernon M., Fr Ill 

Thierry. Jacqueline M., So .98, 193 

Thierry, James E., Fr Ill, 171 

Thomas, Annabelle L., Sr 82 

Thomas, Carl, So 107 

Thomas, Crilla B., Spec 

Thomas, Dorothy E., Fr Ill 

Thomas, June B., Jr 96, 203 

Thomas, Kathryn R., Fr Ill, 171 



Thomas, Ralph .\., Fr Ill 

Thomas, Robert L., Fr HI 

Thomas. Rosemary C, Fr Ill 

Thomas, Rowland L., Fr Ill 

Thompson, Donald W., So _... 

Thompson, Dorothy I., Sr 82 

Thompson, Esther L., Fr Ill 

Thompson, Marjorie E., Jr 96, 123, 138, 152, 156, 193 

Thompson, Norman P., So 179 

Thompson. Robert M., So 

Thorne. Floyd L., Fr 67, 111, 117, 131, 150, 155 

Thornton, John M., So 107 

Thornton, Parke R., So 

Thwaite, Harold D., So 104 

Ticknor, Vera V., Fr Ill, 163 

Tidyman, Don D., Fr Ill 

Tifit, Howard, Sr 82, 134, 135 

Tingley, Donald A., Jr 

Tisher. Norman O., Fr Ill 

Titschinger, Margaret H., Sr 82 

Tobin, Ernest R., So 103 

Toll, Wayman L., Sr 82, 211 

Toot, George M., Fr Ill 

Torma, Alex T., Jr 96, 185 

Toth, Louis, So 101 

Toth, Margaret H., Jr 96, 160 

Toth, Vincent J., Fr HI 

Townsend. Madeline J., So 107 

Tozer, Rex, Fr HI 

Trachsel. Adrian A., Sr - 82 

Trapp. Eleanor R., So 106 

Traver. Charles R., So 21, 24 

Traxler, Harmon P., Jr 96 

Traycoff, Helen, Fr Ill, 160 

Treter, Mvron H., Fr HI 

Troesch, Max G., So 145, 147 

Trommer, Paul E., So 

Troyan, Elizabeth, F'r Ill 

Trunko, Mary M., Fr HI 

Truxwell, Robert H., Jr 56, 181 

Tschantz. Charles E., Fr Ill 

Tucker, Elisabeth, So 62, 99, 114, 115, 150, 193 

Tucker, Ted R., So .27, 31, 101, 181 

Tumill, Rosemarie, Fr Ill 

Turley. Williain J., Fr Ill 

Turner, Lucretia C, Spec 

Turri, Arthur L., Jr 96 

Tury, Helen, Sr 82, 155 

Tuskey, Betty M., So 102 

Tweed, Helen L., So 107 

Tymochko, Eugene J., Sr 

Uebel, Thora D., Sr 82, 150, 194 

L'hl, Norman A., So - 

Underbill, Jane R., So 107 

Untch, Robert L., Jr 96 

Utter, Loren C, Grad 152, 182 



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Vacha. Fred B.. Sr 82, 150, 156, 180 

Valenti, Raymond J., Jr 96 

Valerio, Patrick J., Fr lU 

Varl Arsdale, Clarence C, Fr Ill 

Van Auker, Alfred J., So 106, 168 

VanCourt, Lovina J., Fr Ill 

VanCourt, Roberta E., So 109, 160 

Vanek, George H., Fr Ill 

VanHyning, lone A.. So 100 

VanMiddlesworth. Charles N., Fr Ill 

VanSweringen, Ted C, Fr Ill 

Varner, Donald W., Fr Ill 

Varner, Russell W.. Sr 82 

Vaughan, Enos P.. Spec 

Vaughn, Charles H.. Fr^ Ill 

Vaughn, Edward C, Fr Ill 

Vaughn. Paul W., Fr Ill 

Verbanek. John R.. Jr 96, 156, 171 

Vese, Russ C, Fr Ill 

Vidalis. George M.. Fr Ill 

Vitale. Vincent G.. Fr Ill 

Vlchek, Marjorie R., Fr ^10 

Vogel, Earnest, Spec 171 

Volk, Judith, So 160 

Vozobule. Bernard T., Fr Ill 

Vrsan, Frank W., Jr 96 

Wachcic. Elfriede M.. So 100 

Wafler, Donald S., Spec 

Wagner, Clem J.. Fr Ill 

Wagner, Elinor M., Fr Ill 

Wagner, Elmin D., So 

Wagner. Harold P., Sr 186 

Wagner, James W., Sr 82, 217 

Wagner, Jeanne A., Fr Ill 

Wagoner, William J., So 21. 210 

Wahl. Anna. Tr _ 

Waldeck, William L., Fr Ill 

Waldo. Connie, So 103, 149, 150, 160, 197 

Waldron, Thomas E., Fr Ill 

Walker. Don E.. So 100 

Walker, Ethel L., Sr 82 

Walker. Tune E., Fr Ill 

Walker, brdella J., Fr Ill, 163 

Walker, Robert L., Fr Ill 

Wallis, Robert B., Jr 96, 187 

Walrath. Velma S.. So 98, 154 

Walter, Eugene A., Fr Ill 

Walter, Gertrude M., F'r Ill 

Walter, Thelma E.. Fr Ill 

Walter. Theodore B.. Grad 

Walters. Verla L.. Sr 82, 163 

Walters. Zahma C. Fr Ill 

Walther, Richard A.. So 105 

Walther. William T.. Sr 82 

Waltz, Carol J., Sr 

W^anamaker. Betty J., So lOO 

Wands, Herbert V., Spec 

Wands, Ralph C, Sr 82, 152, 167, 189 

W^arburton, Joseph M., So 105 

Ward. Isabelle R., Sr 

Ward. Jack C, Sr 83, 167, 209, 215 

Warren, Lyle. Sr 

Warstler, Ila C, Jr 96 

Wass, Carol R.. Fr Ill, 155, 159, 160. 195 

Waterbury. Irving B.. So 65. 65. 98. 212 

Watkins. Tames P.. Sr 83. 167 

Watson, B'etty J., Fr Ill 

Watson, Clovis A., Fr Ill, 163 

Watson. John W.. Tr 44. 84, 96, 181 

Watson, Pauline V., So 101, 163 

Watts, Roderick N., Fr Ill 

W^awrin, Andrew. So — .. 

Weaver. Harold M.. Fr Ill, 183 

Webb, Alice M,, Sr 83 

Webb, Janet L., Fr Ill 

Webb, Thad M., So 

Weber, Charles R., Fr Ill 

Webster, Wilma L.. Fr HI 

Wedding. Margaret J.. Fr Ill, 152. 164 

W'eeden, Kenneth L., Tr 97 

Weeks, Myrneth J.. Fr Ill 

W^ees, Juanita E., Fr Ill 

W^eigand, Dorothy I., Spec 

Weigle, Dick C, So 31, 163 

Weil, Harold L., Sr 83, 160. 186 



Weir, Arthur R., Fr Ill 

Weimer, Don R.. So 

Weimer. Mary K.. So 109, 203 

Weimer, Robert G., So 102 

Weimer, Verna H., Jr 97, 155, 163 

Weinberger. Selma J., Fr Ill 

Weiss. Bertha M.. Jr 97, 159 

Weiss, Winona C. Jr 97. 163 

Welker. Martina M., Sr 83, 155 

Wellar. Helen R.. So _ 

Wellman. Thomas T.. Fr Ill 

Wells. Audrey E.. Fr Ill 

Wells. Winnie Belle, So 108, 155 

Welton, Barbara J.. So 104, 159 

Wendelken, Laura J.. Fr Ill 

Wenhart. Edward. Tr 97 

Werb. Theodore J., jr .97, 163 

W'erman, Erwin. So 164 

Werstler, Robert S., So 

Wertheimer, Bernard M., Sr _...83 

Wesley, Charles W., So 98 

West. John C. So 106 

West. Robert E.. Fr Ill 

West. Ruth B., Fr Ill, 163 

Westland. Jeanne. Fr Ill 

Weston. Doris E.. Jr 97, 155, 156 

Wetzel, Lowell, So 21, 57, 181 

Wey, Jeanne T., Fr Ill 

Weygandt, Evelyn M., Fr Ill 

Whalen, William P., So 176 

Whaling. Dorothy M.. Fr Ill 

Wheeler. Tohn Edward. So 183 

Wheeler. Scott T., Tr 97 

Whidden, Robert A., Fr Ill 

Whitacre. Donald R.. Fr Ill 

White. Elizabeth K.. Tr 97, 197, 217 

White. Frances O.. Fr 111. 155. 159. 163 

White. Tack L.. So 21, 164 

White, Marjorie V., So : 49, 98, 195 

White. Mary E.. Fr Ill 

White. Roberta 1... Fr 58, 111, 215 

White, W'illiam D.. So 

W'hitehead. Christina A.. Jr S7 

Whitefield. Robert E.. So 

Whittaker. Dorothy J.. Fr Ill 

W^hittlesey, Peggy A., Fr Ill 

Wible. Carlos D., So 102, 177 

Wick. Lucy A.. Fr Ill 

Wiese. Richard L., Fr Ill 

Wiest. Marjorie T.. Fr - Ill 

Wiest, Wilfred S.. Jr 

Wigner, Opal P.. Tr 97. 138, 139, 140, 156 

Wiland. Richard C.. Sr , 

Wilber. Tohn V.. Spec 

Wilcox. Glenwood F.. Sr 83 

W'ilcox. Henry E.. Fr Ill 

Wilcox. Tessie P.. Tr 97 

Wildblood. Harry M.. Tr 97 

Wilenius. W'ilfred. Grad 163 

Wiles. Elizabeth C. Fr HI 

Wilhelm, Harold. Fr Ill 

Wilkes. Pauline E., Fr 111. 155 

Wilkin, Roger T.. Tr 97, 163 

Wilkin, Wayne \V.. Sr 

Willet. Bernadine M.. Fr 111. 160 

Williams, Betty M.. Fr Ill 

Williams. Carl P.. Fr Ill 

Williams, Doris W.. So 102 

Williams. Eric G.. Tr 97 

Williams. George W.. So 106, 185 

Williams, Hazel L.. Sr 83, 201 

Williams. Joanne H.. Sr 83. 152 

Williams. Katherine M., Spec 

Williams. TCenneth W.. So 101 

Williams. Robert T.. So 106 

Williams. Robert L.. So 21. 43, 105 

Williams. W'illiam C So 

Williamson, Charles P.. Fr Ill 

Williamson. Helen R.. So 

Williard. Robert G.. Jr 97 

Williard, E. Russell, So 107 

Willis, Arthur W., Sr 83, 167 

Willis. Margaret H.. Fr Ill 

Willow, Marjorie M.. Fr HI 

Wilms, Ruth E., Fr Ill, 163 

Wilson. Bernard O., Tr 97. 176. 181 

Wilson. Cora L., So 108, 171 



Wilson, Dorothy L., Fr _..11I 

Wilson, Harry R., So _ — 

Wilson, Margaret A., Fr Ill, 160 

Winemeller, Sam H., Fr —Ill 

Wing, Paul A., Fr Ill 

Winkler, Claire A., Fr Ill, 160 

Winsper, Lorell D.. Sr 21, 22, 83, 155, 175, 179, 208 

W'irgman, Dorsey E.. Jr _ 

W'ise, Charles M., Sr 83 

Wise, Clarice I.. Sr 83, 155 

W'ise. Eugene W.. So 106 

Wise. Robert R.. Jr .97 

Wise. Ruth E., Fr _ -.111 

Witt, Myra. So 164 

Witten. Arthur P.. Fr Ill 

Wohlford, Earl G., Tr 97, 152 

Wojno, Roman J., Jr 43, 97, 100, 160, 163, 208, 216 

Wolcott, Evan L.. So 104 

Wolcott. Fremont O.. So 106 

Wolf. Edith L.. So 100 

Wolf, Lois v.. So 108, 164, 171, 205 

Wolf, Martha, Sr 83 

Wolfe, Barbara A., Fr Ill, 155, 163 

Wolfe, Herbert S., Tr 97 

Wolfe, Walter N., i?r 46, 111 

Wood, Bonivere B., So 104 

Wood. Leonard D.. Fr Ill 

Wood. Robert T., Jr 

Woodhouse. Charles E., So 

Woodhouse. Robert L.. So 107 

Woodley. Janet B., Fr Ill 

Woods. Toe. So ~ 

Woods. 'Mildred M.. Sr .83 

Woodward. Robert B.. Fr Ill 

Wowra, Arthur B.. So 98, 181 

Wren, Frances R.. So 103 

Wrentmore. Tane E.. Fr Ill, 159, 195 

Wright. Beatrice E., So 104, 124 

Wright. Harold F., Fr Ill 

Wright. Margaret E., So 107 

Wright. Walter D.. Sr 

W^uchter. Eileen M.. So 109, 155, 159, 163 

Wynkoop, Tames P., Sr - 

Wynn. John D.. Fr Ill 



amokoski. Paul C, Fr Ill 

arano, Loretta C. So 195 

arger. Doris E.. Fr Ill, 155 

arnevic, Catherine, Spec 

ates. Mary L., Fr Ill 

ates, S. D.. Spec - - 

ellin. Arnold S.. Jr 57 

esso. John A., .Sr 83, 156, 164 

ost. Hazel M.. Fr Ill 

oung. Evelyn M.. Spec. ... 

oung. Gordon E.. Fr 

oung. Herbert C So 

oung. Jack B.. Fr 

oung. Robert S.. So 

oungen, LaDema L., So. 
ounglof. Minnie C, Spec. 



..Ill 



oungman, Doris V., Fr .- Ill 

ount. Sara J.. Fr Ill, 164 

outzy. Lois M.. So _ 105 



Zaremba, Louis A.. Fr _ Ill 

Zatorske. Steven A., Fr HI 

Zdesar. Rose M.. Tr _ .97, 201 

Zeher. Eileen H., Spec 

Zeiser, Teanne E.. Fr IH, 164 

Zeller. Paul T., Sr 61, 83, 156, 167 

Zellers. Balthasar F., Fr -HI 

Zeman. Samuel. Spec 

Zepko, Tulie. Fr Ill, 164 

Zilavy. Edward J.. Fr HI 

Zima. Victor H., Fr _ HI 

Zimmerman. Erie R.. Tr 21, 138. 155, 183 

Zimmerman. Esther L.. So 103 

Zimmerman. Eva. Fr HI 

Zimmerman. Feme I., Sr 83 

Zimmerman. Helen J., Fr Ill 

Zimmerman. Teanette E.. Fr HI, 163 

Zink, Edward, So 103, 150, 155, 189 

Zink, Richard R., So 215 

Zuercher. Venus, Jr - 97 

Zupan. Marian D., Fr — 111 



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